#3 Certificate: Tls-auth always 1

v1.1.2
closed
Linux (12)
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2005-10-30
2005-06-19
Anonymous
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This config file works fine from command line (openvpn):
client
dev tun
proto tcp
remote 192.168.0.1 1194
ca /home/thomas/keys/ca.crt
cert /home/thomas/keys/yourname.crt
key /home/thomas/keys/yourname.key
nobind
mute-replay-warnings
persist-key
persist-tun
comp-lzo
verb 3

When I open this in openvpnadmin, edit the config ->
click certificate, it add's a "1" to Tls-auth.

If I remove it, and click ok, it'll still save the
config with a
tls-auth 1
..which I don't use.

Background;
I generate all certificates on user basis on the
server. No password is needed. This works fine with
command line, and it does with openvpnadmin (unless I
press the "edit" button").

email@thomasmathiesen.com

/Thomas

Discussion

  • Everaldo Canuto

    Everaldo Canuto - 2005-10-20

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    You can please check with last release 1.1.3, I think that
    it is solved.

    Thanks,
    Everaldo.

     
  • Everaldo Canuto

    Everaldo Canuto - 2005-10-20
    • assigned_to: nobody --> everaldo
     
  • Reiner Jung

    Reiner Jung - 2005-10-30

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    When the problem is not solved, please reopen the bug

     
  • Reiner Jung

    Reiner Jung - 2005-10-30
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Reiner Jung

    Reiner Jung - 2005-10-30

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    It is fixed in 1.1.4 which will be released very soon

     

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