I have set up an OpenVPN-Server and can connect successfully, but after the connection is established I am not able to reach any internal destinations ( The problem seems to only occur on Linux(Ubuntu 18.04.1)/Android systems as I am able to reach the internal destinations from a MacOS (Viscosity) and from a Windows System

[root@ns1 ~]# openvpn --help | grep port-share --port-share host port : When run in TCP mode, proxy incoming HTTPS sessions [root@ns1 ~]# netstat -nltp | grep 443 tcp 0 0* LISTEN 20088/httpd tcp 0 0 ${PUBLIC_IP}:443* LISTEN 20066/openvpn Apr 01, 2017 · PFSense is a great firewall solution. It is flexible, easy to customize and comes with built in VLAN and VPN support. Now I am going to document this for setting up a User Authenticated Open VPN Feb 09, 2019 · SERVER_OPENVPN_BIND_ADDR / SERVER_OPENVPN_BIND_ADDR ( / 1515): This is the address:port of the openvpn server that obfs4proxy server would redirect de-obfuscated traffic to. For this reason, the address is usually to ensure real openvpn port is not accessible to the public. dev tun persist-tun persist-key cipher AES-128-GCM ncp-ciphers AES-128-GCM auth SHA256 tls-client client resolv-retry infinite remote openvpn.uni-luebeck.de 1194 udp4 lport 0 auth-user-pass remote-cert-tls server compress tun-mtu 1300 mssfix 1300 auth-nocache -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE

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But it is not documented in > openVPN, and the use of a port value of 0 in bind() hardly. In the > source the --lport value is sent to bind() directly, so it happens to > work. It would be great if --lport 0 were mentioned in the manual, to > avoid breaking this behavior in the future. > > I might alread have broken this. On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 4:34 AM, wrote: > I have a project, where I connect/disconnect numerous times with a single > client to my OpenVPN server within a short time (e.g. 70 > connect/disconnects within 10 minutes). > > Now, if I configure a specific lport in the client configuration (anything > between 32768 and 60999), I get a lot of errors that the port is already in > use Tickets default to bug & major. Local port defaults to random for *any* other network application, so yes, I'd call this a bug. It's highly unlikely anyone relies on the default lport being 1194 since client config samples -- including the ones shipped with openvpn -- include nobind, meaning they don't call bind() and use the OS default, which is random. Next, ask yourself if you would like to allow network traffic between client2’s subnet ( and other clients of the OpenVPN server. If so, add the following to the server config file. client-to-client push "route" This will cause the OpenVPN server to advertise client2’s subnet to other connecting clients.

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