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  1. #1
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    Default OpenVPN WAN Monitoring

    I have an Untangle with 3 WAN setup. I manually edit the config file on the client machines to use all 3 IP in the order that I specify. Everything works great, but I can't for the life of me find where in the firewall I can actually see which WAN the client is attaching to.

    Tried the session log, but that shows OpenVPN, not the incoming WAN.
    Tried the OpenVPN Connection Events Log, but that only shows the clients remote address and the pool address.

    Any ideas? It has to be something simple that I'm missing.

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    It's not possible.
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    That would explain it.

    With so many remote workers it would be helpful these days.

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    You can add a feature request.

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    The data you need is in the session log... you should see UDP 1194 sessions terminating on whatever WAN IP address is involved. It's not some sort of default view or anything, but the information is certainly there.

    Just hit the sessions log, and add a condition for server port 1194, all the OpenVPN tunnel sessions will appear, and you'll see what IP they're terminating on. That will tell you the WAN in use.
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