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There is a very detailed cookbook guide in this article : L2TP/IPSec VPN client on Fedora. It is even pretty recent, from October 1, 2014. It lists the packages to install : libreswan xl2tpd And the files that require editing : /etc/ipsec.d/desired_vpn_name.conf /etc/ipsec.d/desired_vpn_name.secrets /etc/xl2tpd/xl2tpd.conf ...
Depends, normally you can use "magic packet" on ethernet layer to do "Wake-on-Lan" computer. Trouble is that this "magic packet" cannot be send over VPN because it is not ethernet but TCP/IP. You must use some computer/server in office on the same LAN to send a packet. For example I am solving the same issue at my home and I will be using micro computer ...
For what you said or at least schedule it to power on at certain times of the day You can check this out: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/automatically-wake-up-from-windows-stand-by-and-hibernation/ Remember: You have to put your computer to hibernate or sleep instead of shutting it down. Summary: WakeOnStandBy WakeOnStandBy can perform a number of ...
I have TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-128-GCM-SHA256 working just fine (on 2.3.6 compiled from source on Arch Linux). However, it seems that OpenVPN requires the tls-version-min 1.2 setting in both the server config and the client config. As soon as I remove it, I get the exact same error.
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