OpenWrt Project: strongSwan

This is a guide on setting up an IPSEC VPN server on CentOS 7 using StrongSwan as the IPsec server and for authentication. It has a detailed explanation with every step. We choose the IPSEC protocol stack because of recent vulnerabilities found in pptpd VPNs and because it is supported on all recent operating systems by default. AWS, Azure: Site to site VPN with strongswan on CentOS 7.x Jul 15, 2018 OpenWrt Project: strongSwan

Download and install the strongSwan VPN client from the Google Play store. Download or copy the WG IKEv2.sswan file to the local storage on your Android device. Open the strongSwan VPN client and select the three vertical dots at the top right next to the Add VPN Profile option. Select Import VPN profile. Browse to the WG IKEv2.sswan file.

Configure strongSwan VPN Client on Ubuntu 18.04/CentOS 8 Once you have the strongSwan VPN server setup, you can now proceed to test the IP assignment and local connection via the VPN server. In this demo, we are using Ubuntu 18.04 and CentOS 8 as our test strongSwan VPN clients. Configure strongSwan VPN Client on Ubuntu 18.04/CentOS 8 Install strongSwan on Ubuntu 18.04

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Install Strongswan Package. Simply use the apt package manager for a quick install. sudo apt-get -y … How to Install and Configure strongSwan VPN on Ubuntu 18.04 Jul 08, 2020