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  • #22526

    Nicola Mondello
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    Hi all,
    I think there is an issue with the openvpn client version.
    I’m connecting my Conduit (MTCDTIP-H5-220L-868-OP) as a VPN Client; the connection works, but every hour it disconnect from the server:

    
    Tue Feb  6 09:10:03 2018 TLS: soft reset sec=0 bytes=770305/0 pkts=3400/0
    Tue Feb  6 09:10:03 2018 ERROR: could not read Auth username from stdin
    Tue Feb  6 09:10:03 2018 Exiting
    

    reading this post it seems an openvpn bug resolved with last update of the package.

    Can you verify this issue?
    Thankyou

    #22584

    Nicola Mondello
    Participant

    Hi, nobody can confirm the presence of this OpenVPN bug?

    #22588

    Jeff Hatch
    Keymaster

    Nicola,

    Can you confirm when this bug was supposed to be fixed in OpenVPN? I have not found any place where this bug may have been fixed, and I have not seen it on the Conduit myself (not saying there isn’t a bug in the version of OpenVPN on the Conduit). I don’t know what revision of OpenVPN may have fixed this. Since I have not been able to reproduce the issue, and I have no idea when it may have been fixed in OpenVPN, I cannot answer your question.

    Jeff

    #22603

    Nicola Mondello
    Participant

    Hi Jeff,
    thanks for your response.
    I may be wrong, but reading this post I have understood that a user with the same problem (on Centos 7) resolved it upgrading openVPN to 2.3.11 version.

    On my Conduit I have the version

    root@mtcdt:~# openvpn --version
    OpenVPN 2.1.3 arm-mlinux-linux-gnueabi [SSL] [LZO2] [EPOLL] built on May  6 2016
    
    #22605

    Jeff Hatch
    Keymaster

    Nicola,

    We are planning on upgrading OpenVPN to at least 2.3.12 in an upcoming release. I can’t say which one, but it will be a 1.5.x release of AEP Conduit, and a mLinux 4.x release. Sorry I can’t be more specific at this time.

    Jeff

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