unused openvpn client_mgmt_port ?
but as far as I can tell this number is not used
and the management is using a Unix domain socket and not a TCP port.
(I noticed this while working on my book.
My list of bugs is at http://reedmedia.net/books/pfsense/bugs.html )
#1 Updated by Jim Pingle about 3 years ago
- Category changed from VPN (Multiple Types) to OpenVPN
- Status changed from New to Assigned
- Assignee set to Jim Pingle
- Target version set to 2.4.0
- Affected Version set to 2.4
- Affected Architecture All added
- Affected Architecture deleted (
It was a part of the OpenVPN Client Export package that was used with the OpenVPNManager add-on. That add-on has been removed, since it was no longer necessary. Any references to it can be removed.
#2 Updated by Phillip Davis about 3 years ago
Indeed, in "the olden days" we had to run OpenVPN Manager on a Windows client so that unpriv users could use it to start/stop their OpenVPN connections. If users had multiple configs installed on their client Windows system (e.g. for links up to different offices), then each one had to have a unique port number that OpenVPN Manager would talk to in order to start/stop/control the particular client.