Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of GettingStartedwithOVPN


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Timestamp:
05/27/18 22:55:30 (12 months ago)
Author:
David Sommerseth
Comment:

Clarified and fixed silly typos for --proto and IPv4/IPv6

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  • GettingStartedwithOVPN

    v13 v14  
    7272Please do note that the OpenVPN server '''can not''' listen to multiple incoming ports, neither multiple protocols.  You need separate OpenVPN instances for tackling that.
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    74 It is also possible to connect using IPv6.  In the current 2.3 releases, you will need to replace --udp, --tcp-client or --tcp-server with --udp6, --tcp6-client or --tcp6-server.  From the OpenVPN 2.4, OpenVPN will use IPv6 and IPv4 when just using udp/tcp-client/tcp-server.  To enforce only IPv4, you need to use --udp4, --tcp4-client or --tcp4-server; and similar for IPv6 with udp6/tcp6-client/tcp6-server.
     74It is also possible to connect using IPv6.  In the current 2.3 releases, you will need to replace `udp`, `tcp-client` or `tcp-server` with `udp6`, `tcp6-client` or `tcp6-server` as the argument to the `--proto` option.  From the OpenVPN 2.4, OpenVPN will try both IPv6 and IPv4 when just using `udp`/`tcp-client`/`tcp-server`.  To enforce only IPv4-only, you need to use `udp4`, `tcp4-client` or `tcp4-server`; and similar to enforce IPv6-only with `udp6`/`tcp6-client`/`tcp6-server`.
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