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Does Torguard work with FriVPN?

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Does anyone know whether Torguard works with FriVPN, and if so do you have an example of a working config file?

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On 12/11/2019 at 9:55 PM, TGGuy said:

Does anyone know whether Torguard works with FriVPN, and if so do you have an example of a working config file?

 

Theres no reason why it shouldn't - the config I would imagine should be very similar to whats generated here https://torguard.net/tgconf.php?action=vpn-openvpnconfig

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Thanks.  The requirements for FriVPN to work are as follows:

 

“While frivpn is generally compatible with any OpenVPN server, it (currently) requires the server to be configured in the following way:

  • TCP protocol (no UDP support as of now)
  • Server cert, but no client certs
  • Username & password auth
  • tls-auth enabled
  • comp-lzo enabled
  • cipher AES-256-CBC
  • auth SHA1”

I’m not sure whether the “no client certs” requirement is met, since some of the FriVPN config files do refer to certificate files.

Here is an example config file.  Do you know how one would create the TLS key file and the CAFILE, and what goes in the tlskeys_ids field?

“return {
  tlskeys = "ta.key",
  tlskeys_ids = { 1, 1 },
  cafile = "ca.pem",
  auth = "vpn.auth",
  netmask = 24,
  host = "1.2.3.4",
  port = 1195,
  on_connected = "onconnect.sh",
  -- stats: to-be-documented
  stats = true,
  -- debug: to-be-documented
  debug = 0xffff,
  -- ignore_hmac: to-be-documented
  ignore_hmac = false,
  -- key: to-be-documented
  key = "",
  -- certificate: to-be-documented
  certificate = "",
  }”

 

Two other example config files are available at https://github.com/znuh/frivpn/tree/master/configs.

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