#StackBounty: #dns #openvpn #ssl #dyndns #ddclient How do I verify DDCLIENT is using SSL and if it's not, how do I force it?

Bounty: 100

I have been following this guide on setting up VPN on my pi. Part of the steps are to set up and configure a dynamic dns service. I have created several accounts across multiple platforms. No Ip and dynamicdns are two to name. Below is an output of my ddclient.conf file, it connects fine on both dynamic dns sites.

daemon=60                               # check every 60 seconds
syslog=yes                              # log update msgs to syslog
mail=root                               # mail all msgs to root
mail-failure=root                       # mail failed update msgs to root
pid=/var/run/ddclient.pid               # record PID in file.
ssl=yes                                 # use ssl-support.  Works with
                                        # ssl-library
use=web, web=myip.dnsdynamic.com        # get ip from server.
server=www.dnsdynamic.org               # default server
login=YOURUSERNAME                      # default login
password=YOURPASSWORD                       # default password
server=www.dnsdynamic.org,              
protocol=dyndns2                        
MYDOMAIN.dnsdynamic.COM

My issue is that in this article, they illustrate how to verify if your pi is connecting over SSL. When I run

sudo ddclient -verbose -debug -noquiet -query 

it shows connecting over HTTP vs HTTPS or SSL for each site. I verified that ssl was installed by running

sudo apt-get install ssh libio-socket-ssl-perl

Any ideas on if it’s connecting via ssl or how I can force it to? I have ran through this article too. I did see that ddclient stated that it would use SSL if available, I’m wondering if this is a limitation to using a free dynamicdns site or if I’m overlooking something. The articles made it appear as though the sites I’m using like no ip and dnsdynamic support SSL.


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#StackBounty: #dns #openvpn #ssl #dyndns #ddclient How do I verify DDCLIENT is using SSL and if it's not, how do I force it?

Bounty: 100

I have been following this guide on setting up VPN on my pi. Part of the steps are to set up and configure a dynamic dns service. I have created several accounts across multiple platforms. No Ip and dynamicdns are two to name. Below is an output of my ddclient.conf file, it connects fine on both dynamic dns sites.

daemon=60                               # check every 60 seconds
syslog=yes                              # log update msgs to syslog
mail=root                               # mail all msgs to root
mail-failure=root                       # mail failed update msgs to root
pid=/var/run/ddclient.pid               # record PID in file.
ssl=yes                                 # use ssl-support.  Works with
                                        # ssl-library
use=web, web=myip.dnsdynamic.com        # get ip from server.
server=www.dnsdynamic.org               # default server
login=YOURUSERNAME                      # default login
password=YOURPASSWORD                       # default password
server=www.dnsdynamic.org,              
protocol=dyndns2                        
MYDOMAIN.dnsdynamic.COM

My issue is that in this article, they illustrate how to verify if your pi is connecting over SSL. When I run

sudo ddclient -verbose -debug -noquiet -query 

it shows connecting over HTTP vs HTTPS or SSL for each site. I verified that ssl was installed by running

sudo apt-get install ssh libio-socket-ssl-perl

Any ideas on if it’s connecting via ssl or how I can force it to? I have ran through this article too. I did see that ddclient stated that it would use SSL if available, I’m wondering if this is a limitation to using a free dynamicdns site or if I’m overlooking something. The articles made it appear as though the sites I’m using like no ip and dnsdynamic support SSL.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #dns #openvpn #ssl #dyndns #ddclient How do I verify DDCLIENT is using SSL and if it's not, how do I force it?

Bounty: 100

I have been following this guide on setting up VPN on my pi. Part of the steps are to set up and configure a dynamic dns service. I have created several accounts across multiple platforms. No Ip and dynamicdns are two to name. Below is an output of my ddclient.conf file, it connects fine on both dynamic dns sites.

daemon=60                               # check every 60 seconds
syslog=yes                              # log update msgs to syslog
mail=root                               # mail all msgs to root
mail-failure=root                       # mail failed update msgs to root
pid=/var/run/ddclient.pid               # record PID in file.
ssl=yes                                 # use ssl-support.  Works with
                                        # ssl-library
use=web, web=myip.dnsdynamic.com        # get ip from server.
server=www.dnsdynamic.org               # default server
login=YOURUSERNAME                      # default login
password=YOURPASSWORD                       # default password
server=www.dnsdynamic.org,              
protocol=dyndns2                        
MYDOMAIN.dnsdynamic.COM

My issue is that in this article, they illustrate how to verify if your pi is connecting over SSL. When I run

sudo ddclient -verbose -debug -noquiet -query 

it shows connecting over HTTP vs HTTPS or SSL for each site. I verified that ssl was installed by running

sudo apt-get install ssh libio-socket-ssl-perl

Any ideas on if it’s connecting via ssl or how I can force it to? I have ran through this article too. I did see that ddclient stated that it would use SSL if available, I’m wondering if this is a limitation to using a free dynamicdns site or if I’m overlooking something. The articles made it appear as though the sites I’m using like no ip and dnsdynamic support SSL.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #dns #openvpn #ssl #dyndns #ddclient How do I verify DDCLIENT is using SSL and if it's not, how do I force it?

Bounty: 100

I have been following this guide on setting up VPN on my pi. Part of the steps are to set up and configure a dynamic dns service. I have created several accounts across multiple platforms. No Ip and dynamicdns are two to name. Below is an output of my ddclient.conf file, it connects fine on both dynamic dns sites.

daemon=60                               # check every 60 seconds
syslog=yes                              # log update msgs to syslog
mail=root                               # mail all msgs to root
mail-failure=root                       # mail failed update msgs to root
pid=/var/run/ddclient.pid               # record PID in file.
ssl=yes                                 # use ssl-support.  Works with
                                        # ssl-library
use=web, web=myip.dnsdynamic.com        # get ip from server.
server=www.dnsdynamic.org               # default server
login=YOURUSERNAME                      # default login
password=YOURPASSWORD                       # default password
server=www.dnsdynamic.org,              
protocol=dyndns2                        
MYDOMAIN.dnsdynamic.COM

My issue is that in this article, they illustrate how to verify if your pi is connecting over SSL. When I run

sudo ddclient -verbose -debug -noquiet -query 

it shows connecting over HTTP vs HTTPS or SSL for each site. I verified that ssl was installed by running

sudo apt-get install ssh libio-socket-ssl-perl

Any ideas on if it’s connecting via ssl or how I can force it to? I have ran through this article too. I did see that ddclient stated that it would use SSL if available, I’m wondering if this is a limitation to using a free dynamicdns site or if I’m overlooking something. The articles made it appear as though the sites I’m using like no ip and dnsdynamic support SSL.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #dns #openvpn #ssl #dyndns #ddclient How do I verify DDCLIENT is using SSL and if it's not, how do I force it?

Bounty: 100

I have been following this guide on setting up VPN on my pi. Part of the steps are to set up and configure a dynamic dns service. I have created several accounts across multiple platforms. No Ip and dynamicdns are two to name. Below is an output of my ddclient.conf file, it connects fine on both dynamic dns sites.

daemon=60                               # check every 60 seconds
syslog=yes                              # log update msgs to syslog
mail=root                               # mail all msgs to root
mail-failure=root                       # mail failed update msgs to root
pid=/var/run/ddclient.pid               # record PID in file.
ssl=yes                                 # use ssl-support.  Works with
                                        # ssl-library
use=web, web=myip.dnsdynamic.com        # get ip from server.
server=www.dnsdynamic.org               # default server
login=YOURUSERNAME                      # default login
password=YOURPASSWORD                       # default password
server=www.dnsdynamic.org,              
protocol=dyndns2                        
MYDOMAIN.dnsdynamic.COM

My issue is that in this article, they illustrate how to verify if your pi is connecting over SSL. When I run

sudo ddclient -verbose -debug -noquiet -query 

it shows connecting over HTTP vs HTTPS or SSL for each site. I verified that ssl was installed by running

sudo apt-get install ssh libio-socket-ssl-perl

Any ideas on if it’s connecting via ssl or how I can force it to? I have ran through this article too. I did see that ddclient stated that it would use SSL if available, I’m wondering if this is a limitation to using a free dynamicdns site or if I’m overlooking something. The articles made it appear as though the sites I’m using like no ip and dnsdynamic support SSL.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #dns #openvpn #ssl #dyndns #ddclient How do I verify DDCLIENT is using SSL and if it's not, how do I force it?

Bounty: 100

I have been following this guide on setting up VPN on my pi. Part of the steps are to set up and configure a dynamic dns service. I have created several accounts across multiple platforms. No Ip and dynamicdns are two to name. Below is an output of my ddclient.conf file, it connects fine on both dynamic dns sites.

daemon=60                               # check every 60 seconds
syslog=yes                              # log update msgs to syslog
mail=root                               # mail all msgs to root
mail-failure=root                       # mail failed update msgs to root
pid=/var/run/ddclient.pid               # record PID in file.
ssl=yes                                 # use ssl-support.  Works with
                                        # ssl-library
use=web, web=myip.dnsdynamic.com        # get ip from server.
server=www.dnsdynamic.org               # default server
login=YOURUSERNAME                      # default login
password=YOURPASSWORD                       # default password
server=www.dnsdynamic.org,              
protocol=dyndns2                        
MYDOMAIN.dnsdynamic.COM

My issue is that in this article, they illustrate how to verify if your pi is connecting over SSL. When I run

sudo ddclient -verbose -debug -noquiet -query 

it shows connecting over HTTP vs HTTPS or SSL for each site. I verified that ssl was installed by running

sudo apt-get install ssh libio-socket-ssl-perl

Any ideas on if it’s connecting via ssl or how I can force it to? I have ran through this article too. I did see that ddclient stated that it would use SSL if available, I’m wondering if this is a limitation to using a free dynamicdns site or if I’m overlooking something. The articles made it appear as though the sites I’m using like no ip and dnsdynamic support SSL.


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#StackBounty: #proxy #openvpn OpenVPN through proxy, can't get client ip address

Bounty: 100

I have 3 pc’s:

  • pc1 hosts the VPN server
  • pc2 hosts a proxy server and acts as client 1
  • pc3 acts as client 2
  • pc3 shares a network with pc2, but not with pc1
  • pc2 shares a network with pc1.
  • client1 is connected through the proxy on pc2
  • client2 is also connected through the proxy on pc2

So the setup looks like this:

----------------
|      pc3     |
|  VPN Client2 |
|  10.100.0.3  |
----------------
       |
       | Network A
       |
----------------
|      pc2     |
| Proxy server/|
|  VPN Client1 |
|  10.100.0.2  |
----------------
       |
       | Network B
       |
----------------
|      pc1     |
|  VPN Server  |
|  10.100.0.1  |
----------------

Now, pc1 hosts a webserver which will get the ip address of the client making the request for the webpage.

When I make the request from PC2 I can correctly see the request came from PC2.

But when I make the request from PC3 I expected to see the VPN assigned ip address of 10.100.0.3, but instead I get the ip address from PC2 in the case when client 1 is connected, if client 1 is not connected will get the ip address of the VPN server itself (10.100.0.1)

I thought I created a direct ‘tunnel’ which would make pc1 think the request came directly from pc3, what am I doing wrong?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #proxy #openvpn OpenVPN through proxy, can't get client ip address

Bounty: 100

I have 3 pc’s:

  • pc1 hosts the VPN server
  • pc2 hosts a proxy server and acts as client 1
  • pc3 acts as client 2
  • pc3 shares a network with pc2, but not with pc1
  • pc2 shares a network with pc1.
  • client1 is connected through the proxy on pc2
  • client2 is also connected through the proxy on pc2

So the setup looks like this:

----------------
|      pc3     |
|  VPN Client2 |
|  10.100.0.3  |
----------------
       |
       | Network A
       |
----------------
|      pc2     |
| Proxy server/|
|  VPN Client1 |
|  10.100.0.2  |
----------------
       |
       | Network B
       |
----------------
|      pc1     |
|  VPN Server  |
|  10.100.0.1  |
----------------

Now, pc1 hosts a webserver which will get the ip address of the client making the request for the webpage.

When I make the request from PC2 I can correctly see the request came from PC2.

But when I make the request from PC3 I expected to see the VPN assigned ip address of 10.100.0.3, but instead I get the ip address from PC2 in the case when client 1 is connected, if client 1 is not connected will get the ip address of the VPN server itself (10.100.0.1)

I thought I created a direct ‘tunnel’ which would make pc1 think the request came directly from pc3, what am I doing wrong?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #proxy #openvpn OpenVPN through proxy, can't get client ip address

Bounty: 100

I have 3 pc’s:

  • pc1 hosts the VPN server
  • pc2 hosts a proxy server and acts as client 1
  • pc3 acts as client 2
  • pc3 shares a network with pc2, but not with pc1
  • pc2 shares a network with pc1.
  • client1 is connected through the proxy on pc2
  • client2 is also connected through the proxy on pc2

So the setup looks like this:

----------------
|      pc3     |
|  VPN Client2 |
|  10.100.0.3  |
----------------
       |
       | Network A
       |
----------------
|      pc2     |
| Proxy server/|
|  VPN Client1 |
|  10.100.0.2  |
----------------
       |
       | Network B
       |
----------------
|      pc1     |
|  VPN Server  |
|  10.100.0.1  |
----------------

Now, pc1 hosts a webserver which will get the ip address of the client making the request for the webpage.

When I make the request from PC2 I can correctly see the request came from PC2.

But when I make the request from PC3 I expected to see the VPN assigned ip address of 10.100.0.3, but instead I get the ip address from PC2 in the case when client 1 is connected, if client 1 is not connected will get the ip address of the VPN server itself (10.100.0.1)

I thought I created a direct ‘tunnel’ which would make pc1 think the request came directly from pc3, what am I doing wrong?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #proxy #openvpn OpenVPN through proxy, can't get client ip address

Bounty: 100

I have 3 pc’s:

  • pc1 hosts the VPN server
  • pc2 hosts a proxy server and acts as client 1
  • pc3 acts as client 2
  • pc3 shares a network with pc2, but not with pc1
  • pc2 shares a network with pc1.
  • client1 is connected through the proxy on pc2
  • client2 is also connected through the proxy on pc2

So the setup looks like this:

----------------
|      pc3     |
|  VPN Client2 |
|  10.100.0.3  |
----------------
       |
       | Network A
       |
----------------
|      pc2     |
| Proxy server/|
|  VPN Client1 |
|  10.100.0.2  |
----------------
       |
       | Network B
       |
----------------
|      pc1     |
|  VPN Server  |
|  10.100.0.1  |
----------------

Now, pc1 hosts a webserver which will get the ip address of the client making the request for the webpage.

When I make the request from PC2 I can correctly see the request came from PC2.

But when I make the request from PC3 I expected to see the VPN assigned ip address of 10.100.0.3, but instead I get the ip address from PC2 in the case when client 1 is connected, if client 1 is not connected will get the ip address of the VPN server itself (10.100.0.1)

I thought I created a direct ‘tunnel’ which would make pc1 think the request came directly from pc3, what am I doing wrong?


Get this bounty!!!