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OpenVPN Access Server - Unlimited Connected Devices

OpenVPN Access Server - Unlimited Connected Devices

By: 0x4447, LLC. Latest Version: 1.1.0
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

Our OpenVPN server does not have limits on how many accounts or active connections you can have. The limits depend on the instance type that you select, rather than on arbitrary soft limits that you'll see with much of the competition.

This means that the only limiting factor is the performance of the server itself. If your user starts to complain about a slow connection, or if you see the CPU time is above 75 percent, then just change the server to a bigger instance type to accommodate the new traffic and users.

And you never have to worry about losing data when you switch the instance type or you accidentally terminate the instance. Our custom solution stores all unique user data and configuration details in the provided EFS drive at boot time.

Additionally, there are two modes: 'send all' and 'send partial' traffic through the VPN. Send all is ideal when you want to make all of your traffic private, usually in public places. Send partial is designed for office environments when you want to access remote resources within a private network while using the public internet for everything else. This allows use of the public internet with no speed restrictions, while still having access to the private resource.

Setup an OpenVPN server within minutes and secure your connection now.

Extra features:

- Automatically generate primary certificates.
- Detailed and simple to follow documentation.
- Complementary CloudFormation file for quick deployment.

Version

1.1.0

Operating System

Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux Lates

Delivery Methods

  • Amazon Machine Image

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