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This little guide describes how a VPN tunnel can be created in an easy manner between a server and a client (AXC F 2152) via OpenVPN® by using certificates.

Keep in mind that there are several ways of how to configure a VPN tunnel, this examples shows only one possible way of many.

Use this guide at your own risk. I tried to make it reasonably safe, but you should always assure yourself if it’s safe, if their are vulnerabilities known, and if protocols might be compromised.

Using your own or other cross compiled executables is sometimes not clear documented for which target it was originally compiled. Compiling a Library for the AXC F 2152 means you have to compile it for an ARM architecture.
In such situation the tool "readelf" is very helpful and this manual demonstrates the usage with an example
(a more detailed description is available here).

 

 
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