This article explains how to set up OpenVPN with Google Authenticator on pfSense. I’m using pfSense 2.4.2 but the method shouldn’t change much. If you follow along you’ll end up with a VPN server that asks for the user’s username, a pre-set PIN (4-8 numbers) and a one-time generated code from Google Authenticator on your […]
If you’ve set up a pfSense CARP cluster for high availability and you’re running OpenVPN on it there are a few tweaks you can make to improve your experience. The issues: OpenVPN client is unable to connect to WAN VIP… …and when it does, no internet connection is available via OpenVPN. You cannot reach the […]
This article explains how to set up PfSense as an OpenVPN server which authenticates clients based on the certificate they have and their Active Directory credentials using either RADIUS or LDAP. If you find this article helpful feel free to click some of the ads on this page. It won’t make me rich but it […]
How to route internet traffic through a site-to-site OpenVPN tunnel in PfSense 2.1
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Set up OpenVPN on pfSense for Windows clients with certificates and user authentication via Active Directory RADIUS
This article shows you how to set up PfSense as an OpenVPN server that authenticates against Active Directory via Radius. Your domain users will be able to logon to the vpn using their domain credentials.