VPN options

Christoph Harder shadowomf at arcor.de
Wed Jun 24 11:07:46 PDT 2020

Thank you both for your opinion.
Maybe I'll try out Tinc first and if that doesn't work or performance isn't as expected switch to OpenVPN.

Nice rhyme btw.

Best regards,

Am 24.06.2020 um 16:28 schrieb Steffen Nurpmeso:
> Matthew Dillon wrote in
> <CAOZ7CpDgdK=Gy8j1FF7Gac_FxS7BRG7hnWViFHuuPZ380z9q7w at mail.gmail.com>:
>  |I personally use openvpn to good effect.  Getting the keys set up is \
>  |rather annoying and it takes a bit of time to get the network configurat\
>  |ion working properly, but once it is operational it works 
>  |perfectly.
>  |
>  |I usually pre-create a tap interface and configure openvpn to use that.
> TinC seems to be very good, small and developed for about twenty
> years.  New version 1.1 still in the making, with ed25519 etc etc.
> In fact i do not understand this wireguard hype everywhere given
> that TinC exists.  Ok, crypto in kernel etc. etc.  Yes.
> --steffen
> |
> |Der Kragenbaer,                The moon bear,
> |der holt sich munter           he cheerfully and one by one
> |einen nach dem anderen runter  wa.ks himself off
> |(By Robert Gernhardt)
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