Setting Up an Open Source Server, Firewall and Router on Endian, Part 2
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"In Part 1, we installed the Endian router/firewall/server,
performed the initial configuration, and enabled the VPN server.
Now, we're going to continue the set up process with the creation
of OpenVPN client accounts. Then we'll see how to connect Road
Warrior clients and create Gateway-to-Gateway connections.
"Create OpenVPN Client Accounts
"You must define accounts for Road Warriors or
gateway-to-gateway connections. Select the Accounts tab and click
Add Account. Start by entering the desired username and
"If this account is for a Road Warrior that will be connecting
from public networks (like from hotels or Wi-Fi hotspots), you
probably want to enable the first option in the Client Routing
section: Direct all client traffic through the VPN server. This
ensures all of the client's Internet traffic goes through the VPN
tunnel, protecting any unsecured Internet traffic from local
eavesdroppers at the remote location."