March 22nd, 2013, 09:33 AM
OpenVPN/Samba firewall issue
I've got OpenVPN and Samba both setup on a remote server. I got everything working with windows network drive mounts over the VPN. And then I installed a firewall and I can no longer connect. I've tried everything I can think of- all the rules I can find, opening the ports, etc.
Could you guys please take a look and let me know what rules I've screwed up, and what I should do to fix it? I'm using CSF- and this is the output for rules : hxxp://pastebin.com/wUtZuYcj (cant post links without more posts on this forum)
OpenVPN is running on the standard port and is setup to run with the standard 10.8.0.0 vpn. ovpn config is : hxxp://pastebin.com/aZkhSL1h (cant post links without more posts on this forum)
Samba is setup with a "clients" share that is using a user as authentication. The user is correct, and as far as I know, the ports are forwarded. I ran a quick before and after test and then a diff to find the ports that samba is using :
At this point i'm sure its a "VPN" setup\firewall issue. Because of that, here is the section of my ifconfig that pertains to that :
Also, it should be noted here that when I connect to OpenVPN, it immediately works and assigns me an IP of 10.8.0.6. I can not* ping 10.8.0.1 from my windows machine (ovpn client).
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Trying my best to get this done fairly soon.
March 22nd, 2013, 07:01 PM
Where did you install a firewall, on the remote server or on your workstation? And if you stop this firewall do things start working again?
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March 22nd, 2013, 08:29 PM
The firewall was CSF (config server firewall) and it was installed on the server. I just uninstalled CSF and a DNS issue I was having is now resolved, but I can not restore connectivity to the samba share.
Originally Posted by Doug G