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    Default OpenVPN Vendor-provided VPN server

    Is there a way to use an *opvn file in setting up a VPN client? If not, is there a document that says how to configure the client? As I look at http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/O...Remote_Servers it seems to be covering the case where I'd be setting up my own server.

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    Untangle Junkie dmorris's Avatar
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    servers is for importing the openvpn zip file provided by the other Untangle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    servers is for importing the openvpn zip file provided by the other Untangle.
    Okay thanks. So how do I configure untangle-client to work with a remote vendor-provided server?

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    For what purpose?

    You cannot configure Untangle to connect to a VPN service and route all traffic through it. You might be able to connect to the VPN service and pass traffic to a static subnet, but you'll have to make a .zip file and play with it to get either side to talk to the other. This process is also unsupported however.
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