Setting up OpenVPN server on Fedora 23

Hi, I’m looking for a script similar to the digitalocean (Ubuntu) script:

To enable me to set up my Fedora 23 instance to be an OpenVPN server.

Has anyone done it themselves and has either a script or instructions to share ?

I set the distribution to Ubunto on this question as Fedora was not in the list (is anyone else actually using Fedora in digitalocean ?)


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Well, CentOS is based upon easy-rsa version 2 and Fedora 23 is based upon easy-rsa version 3. And those are quite different.

We don’t currently have an OpenVPN script available for Fedora but here are a few resources that will help you to get this set up.

1.) Fedora official documentation on setting up OpenVPN 2.) Our tutorial on setting up OpenVPN on CentOS 7 - CentOS is based on RHEL and pretty closely related to Fedora. You will likely need to change yum commands to dnf ones but otherwise this should work for you.