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    Default Can you use openvpn and ttunnelvpn at the same time?

    I am using both and it seems to be working. Not tested much yet tho. I am seeing this delay on boot.

    Openvpn error.png

    Clean install of 14.1.1. Boots in about 50 seconds. Install a tunnelvpn tunnel. Still boots about the same. Attach to an untange remote server or enable server on the local untangle and boot gets delayed by 5 minutes. After the boot things seem to be working. Again not much testing.

    This is on proxmox server. Probably where the video error comes from. I doubt that has anything to do with the vpn boot issue.

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    Yes both can be used at the same time.
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    So how can I see what is causing the 5 minute delay?
    Last edited by donhwyo; 01-21-2019 at 07:30 PM.

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    No ideas on the delay issue?

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    I havenít observed any problems using both at the same time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rnatalli View Post
    I havenít observed any problems using both at the same time.
    Thanks for the reply. It is working but with the 5 minute boot delay. I found a tool I never saw before.

    Code:
    [root @ untangle] ~ # systemd-analyze blame
          5min 299ms networking.service
             10.006s untangle-vm.service
              2.372s postgresql@9.6-main.service
               676ms softflowd.service
               600ms exim4.service
    ...
    So it is "networking.service" causing the delay. I would look at /etc/network/interfaces but that does not apply anymore. So what do I need to do to trouble shoot the delay?

    I did try changing the nics to intel e1000 with no gain.

    Thanks

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    This looks funny. Why is openvpn starting before "Raise network interfaces"?

    openvon error 5.png

    I changed the timeout from 5min to 15sec in
    /etc/systemd/system/network-online.target.wants/networking.service
    in case you wonder why that changed. It goes on to work fine.

    There is an open case 138215.
    Last edited by donhwyo; 01-26-2019 at 01:29 PM.

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    Modifying the system via command line is not supported so there might not be able to help.

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    It does it when it is a clean install and no modifications. Modifications are only to try and get it working or test their theory that it can't resolve an ip for the tunnel. I think it can't resolve the tunnel because the network is not up yet. Why?

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