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Secure OpenVPN connections made easy


The following Configuration Guides show you how to establish secure OpenVPN connections easily using INSYS routers, like MoRoS, MLR, EBW, IMON, RSM, SDSL or QLM. There are the following options for this:

  • using X509 certificates
  • using a static key (PSK)

When using a static key, you can connect one client and one server at the same time. Mostly, the use of certificates is recommended, in particular, if you want to connect several clients to one OpenVPN server at the same time.

This solution ensures maximum security, but requires another installation step, the creation of certificates on a PC.

You''ll find detailed Configuration Guides for creating certificates on this page.

  • secure
  • flexible
  • reliable
 OpenVPN connection with certificates
 Configuration Guide for Client
 Configuring INSYS router
 Configuring Windows PC
 Configuring INSYS router for CA certificate and password
 Configuration Guide for Server
 Configuring INSYS router
 Configuring Windows PC
 Configuration Guide for certificate creation
 Creating X509.v3 certificates with XCA
 Creating X509.v3 certificates with easy-rsa
 OpenVPN connection with static key (PSK)
 Configuration Guide for Client

 Configuring INSYS router

 Configuring Windows PC

 Configuration Guide for Server
 Configuring INSYS router
 Configuring Windows PC
 OpenVPN connection to INSYS Connectivity Service
 Configuration Guide for Windows PC
 Configuring connection under Windows
 Configuration Guide for tablet PC
 Configuring connection under Android
 Configuring connection under Apple iOS
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