30/01/2014 · I can ping through the tunnel, but any real work causes it to lock up. Is this an MTU problem? Probably. It's best to change the mssfix parameter rather than directly changing the MTU of the TUN/TAP adapter. For example: mssfix 1200. You could also combine this with: fragment 1200. Note however that fragment will exact a performance penalty.
Tunnel UDP MSS-Fix: Disabled Additional Config section: Paste the below data reneg-sec 0 persist-tun persist-key ping 5 ping-exit 30 nobind remote-random remote-cert-tls server route-metric 1
Tunnel UDP-MSS-Fix: Enable; Leave other options as default . Step #5: Scroll down and in Additional Config box, enter following lines: persist-key persist-tun . Step #6: Scroll down to TLS Auth Key box. Download the certificate text file from here. Open it and copy the text between
Tunnel Protocol: UDP. Tunnel Device: TUN. Cipher: AES-256-CBC. Hash Algorithm: SHA256. Set the nsCertType to unchecked. IP Addresses and Subnet mask - empty. Set the Advanced Options to Enable. Set the TLS Cipher to None. Set the LZO Compression to None. Set the Tunnel UDP Fragment to empty. Set the Tunnel UDP MSS-Fix to enable. Set the NAT to
Any of my search term words; All of my search term words; Find results in Content titles and body; Content titles only Tunnel UDP Fragment-Tunnel UDP MSS-Fix: Disable: CCD-Dir DEFAULT file-Static Key-PKCS12 Key-Public Server Cert: サーバ証明書の内容を転載 : CA Cert: CA証明書の内容を転載: Private Server Key: サーバの秘密鍵の内容を転載: DH PEM: DHパラメータの内容を転載: Additional Config: push “route 10.0.0.0 255.255.255.0” TLS Auth Key-Certificate Revoke List Set “Tunnel UDP Fragmente”: 1450; Set “Tunnel UDP-MSS-Fix”: Enable; Now scroll down and enter the following text in Additional Config box: persist-key; persist-tun; Go to the TSL Auth Key. Download the certificate data and TSL key file from here. Open it and then copy all the text between