LiquidVPN on PFSENSE Setup GuideBy using PFSENSE you get all of the advantages of having your VPN connected at the router without the slowdown of a traditional router. PFSENSE is a full featured router. You can do everything from Layer 7 filters to IPv6 routing.
- Under system select Cert Manager
- - Enter a name - Select Import - Copy/past Crertificate data from downloaded configuration file for your server
- Make a txt file with username and password (Running PFSENSE from Compact Flash (e.a. on Alixboard) you don't have the rights to write. See guide “Creating PFSENSE txt file” to fix this)
- From VPN select OpenVPN
- Now lookup the configuration file from your selected server and enter the details you find there on this page What you cant always find in the configuration files is encryption algorithm For now (February 2014) The ciphers:DE cipher CAMELLIA-256-CBC NL and UK Blow Fish All the rest AES-256-CBC
- Under advanced put this information from YOUR SERVER configuration file.
- Check the log. “Initialization Sequence Completed”? You’re CONNECTED!
- Now assign the connection to an interface
- Press the Plus button
- Select ovpnc1
- Now select YOUR NEW interface. In my case LiquidVPNNL
- Enter Description and IPv4 configuration type
- From Firewall Select NAT
- Select tab Outbound and “click Manual NAT rule generation”.
- Done! Maby reboot your router to make sure everyting went well Under Diagnostics select Reboot
- Now check your IP or Hostname.Select a service which will display hostnames to make sure its liquidVPN
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