To be able to use OpenVPN on IPFire for Roadwarrior but also in Net-to-Net mode, the Root and Host certificate (OpenVPN's certification authorities) should be generated as the first step. How this can be done can be found in the following area “certification authorities and keys”, while less common options are described in “Extended usage of the CA and keys”.
|Certificate authorities||How the Root and Host server certificate as well as all required Keys can be generated, can be read up here.|
|Extended usage of the CA and keys||The Upload of an other certificate instance, generating a new Diffie-Hellman parameter and the insight into the Certificate Revocation list can be found in here.|
Roadwarrior connection are client-to-network (point-to-network) connections. Here, a single client will be connected with IPFire´s OpenVPN server. For a better overview, the wiki is divided into separate areas which are in order by the webinterface.
|Global settings||The global server settings of the OpenVPN sever are explained in here.|
|Static IP address pools||In addition to the dynamic allocation of the OpenVPN IP addresses, you can also assign separated subnets with static IPs which is also a requirement for IPFires VPN firewalling capabilities.|
|Advanced server options||In this area, more configuration options are offered.|
|Client status and control||In this area you can configure, enable/disable, edit and delete the clients.|
In this configuration, two networks via two IPFire gateways (Network-to-Network) are connected together with a so-called P2P (Peer-to-peer) mode.
|Create a network-to-network connection||How to create a network-to-network connection.|
|TLS-Server configuration||How to create a TLS-server instance.|
|TLS-Client configuration||How to create a TLS-client instance.|
|Activate the connection||How to activate the connection.|