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Hamstah
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I have a pineapple and a bash bunny and just got my LAN Turtle.  I love my turtle.  It will probably be the most practical of my Hak 5 devices.  

Everything I have tried has worked perfectly (autossh, OpenVPN, nmap, SSHFS). 

That's all. 

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Just got mine in the mail today.

I can confirm that it works great.

I've got one question though: Does your Turtle act as an OpenVPN Gateway?

I know how to achieve this with OpenVPN Acces Server, but nut with the regular OpenVPN Server.

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Yeah, I started with the regular OpenVPN server, but quickly switched to Access Server.  Should have been more precise there.

I setup the way the video said and it worked like a charm.  Well, initially it didn't.  That's because I stopped watching the video and missed the last couple of changes that Darren recommended.  After i went back and viewed the entire video and made the changes, it worked perfectly

 

Hammy

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The only thing I haven't figured out is how to be able to SSH to the SSH server using the directed port (like 2222 used in the setup video).  I can ssh into the server and then ssh  to port the port, but can't just ssh to the SSH box using that port.  I am sure some SSH server settings are needed to be changed.  Actually, probably something you  don't want to do, but now I am curious.

Hamstah

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On 07/06/2017 at 11:00 PM, Hamstah said:

Yeah, I started with the regular OpenVPN server, but quickly switched to Access Server.  Should have been more precise there.

I setup the way the video said and it worked like a charm.  Well, initially it didn't.  That's because I stopped watching the video and missed the last couple of changes that Darren recommended.  After i went back and viewed the entire video and made the changes, it worked perfectly

 

Hammy

Alright, thanks for clearing things up ;)

 

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