There are different advantages found on pfsense: 1. Simple web interface. 2 no cmd line. 3. Fast configuration 4. Backup on version update and other minor change. Over this I can do same configuration like filtering, carp and pfsync, openvpn, squid, snort, dns and other. With openbsd I have much flexibility, control and I can acquire much know-how. GitHub - kolargol/openvpn: Build your own private VPN OpenVPN with DNS server (this is UDP branch - oriented on high performance, if you are looking for Scramblesuit version see master.Be warned that master is not developed anymore). This ansible script will allow you to install from scratch your own OpenVPN server with DNS server within minutes. Level of knowledge required: basic There is no bul**hit, no unnecessary clunky software, it's based Network Filter: BE YOUR OWN VPN PROVIDER WITH OPENBSD (v2) Apr 30, 2017
OpenBSD comes with iked(8), a modern, privilege-separated IKEv2 server. It can act both as responder, e.g. a server receiving connection requests, or initiator, e.g. a client initiating a connection to a responder. The ikectl(8) utility is used to control the server, which gets its configuration from the iked.conf(5) file.
OpenVPN on OpenBSD (6.1) (with EasyRSA 3) by Krzysztof "Chris" Pfaff OpenBSD 6.1 Last update: May 08, 2017. VPN IKEv2 between a Windows 7 Road Warrior Host and an OpenBSD gateway (site-to-site) by Wesley Mouedine Assaby Reestablish pfSense OpenVPN Clients with Cron - Foxy May 23, 2018
OpenBSD ships by default with full IPsec support in the stock kernel and provides a set of user-space daemons and tools for managing IPsec configuration, dynamic key exchange and high availability; and the great thing is that, as you'll see, setting up an IPsec VPN on OpenBSD is an incredibly simple and fast task, especially compared to most
What is OpenVPN & How to Use It? - PureVPN Jul 09, 2020 How to make OpenVPN use VIA Padlock on OpenBSD? - Server Fault I've bought a VIA based router for the only purpose to run OpenVPN on it. Unfortunately it seems that Padlock is not used. Here is the important part from dmesg: OpenBSD 4.8 (GENERIC) #136: Mon Au OpenVPN on OpenBSD 4.8: How do I set up a VPN for road