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Your ISP will be able to see that encrypted data is being sent to an endpoint, but they won't be able to actually know what this data is. Your ISP will also be able to see how much bandwidth you're using and could somewhat guess what you're using the VPN connection for, for example: Up to 10GB/Mo : Basic web surfing/email Up to 40GB/Mo : As above, but with ...


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The OpenVPN connect client you are referring to is part of the OpenVPN Access Server. Since the Client seems to be bundled into the Access Server, client updates are probably distributed together with Access Server updates (I may be wrong here, it has been a while since I've used that product). You can download the connect client from your own OpenVPN ...


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First of all, I'm not sure which version of OpenVPN you are using, but 'remote-gateway' is not a valid option in v2.3.2. If you’re using an older version, check your local man page and remove that directive if necessary. According to the OpenVPN wiki, the error "TLS key negotiation failed..." is almost always a result of: A perimeter firewall on the ...


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Answer 1 In the OpenVPN client file client.ovpn find and comment out this line if it exists: redirect-gateway # This is a comment so change line above to this # redirect-gateway If the admin or server hasn't put this in the client file or is "pushing" redirect-gateway, you can manually override it following these instructions: IgnoreRedirectGateway. To ...



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