Monthly Archives: February 2014

How to set up a basic OpenVPN bridging server

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Beside the official OpenVPN documentation there’s a vast number of howtos and guides out there, that’ll tell you how to set up an OpenVPN server. Unfortunately, most of these use a tunneling setup including some sort of router and packet filter. If you want to transport non-IP based traffic and can accept the increased broadcast overhead and poor scalability, you… Read more »

sshuttle error: File “ssubprocess.py”, line 1117, in _execute_child

If you run into this error: the culprit is simply the missing netstat program on the target host. sshuttle tries to fork a netstat process without checking if netstat is installed on the target host in the first place. On a Fedora host netstat comes with the net-tools package: