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You might also want to consider Tinc, which performs faster than Openvpn but requires a bit more configuration.
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If you can connect to the VPN successfully, but are having issues accessing other machines, try running the following command on the server.
Run the commands below, substituting USERNAME for the username of the person you are generating the certificates for.
cd /root/ ./add_vpn_user --no-passphrase USERNAME mkdir USERNAME cp /etc/ssl/keys/USERNAME.crt USERNAME/ cp /etc/ssl/keys/USERNAME.key USERNAME/ cp 2017ewang/ca.crt USERNAME/ cp 2017ewang/ta.key USERNAME/ cp 2017ewang/openvpn.conf USERNAME/
Edit openvpn.conf and replace 2017ewang with the username of the person you are generating the certificates for.
zip -r USERNAME.zip USERNAME
Give USERNAME.zip to user.