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After installing openvpn access server on an Ubuntu 14.4 droplet, I am unable to access the Gui. My browser is unable to access the site. Does anyone have an idea what the issue is. I had done this several times before with an earlier version of openvpn access server with no issues.
i installed the [OpenVPN Script from Nyr](https://github.com/Nyr/openvpn-install) which works perfectly, now i want to forward Gameserver Ports like '25565' (for Minecraft Server) and 7777.
My System runs Ubuntu 14.04 x64
I have successfully added a vpn on a droplet. It worked although there may be some leakage (separate issue). I initially set this up to work on a laptop. I want to create the keys etc to work on an Android device so in my console I ran the following :
root@droplet:/etc/openvpn/easy-rsa# ./build-key android
Instead of being asked the questions concerning attributes etc - I got:
' Please edit the vars script to reflect your configuration,
then source it with "source ./vars".
Next, to start with a fresh PKI configuration and to delete any
previous certificates and keys, run "./clean-all". etc'
If I check the directory /etc/openvpn/easy-rsa/keys there are no files relating to the new certificates.
I'm assuming the top command won't delete any of the files the server needs? What am I doing wrong?
I set up a DO droplet for VPN connection as I will be traveling abroad soon and wish to keep traffic tunneled as to avoid "low-hanging fruit". I am having an issue getting access to internet once connected to OpenVPN.
I followed the tutorial to the letter in "how to set up OpenVPN Ubuntu 14.04". However, when I connect via client to the VPN, I can see that my ifconfig shows everything went through, connected, I can ping the DO IP address, but I have no communication out of the droplet (i.e. pinging google fails).
My client is running Linux Mint Mate, I can connect just fine to the VPN and the ufw status on the server comes back ok, I have no errors at face value, and have tried a couple of different solutions floating around in various forums which seemed to be the same issue but to no avail.
Any help is much appreciated.