Re: [pfSense] OpenVPN binds to wrong interface with no ip

2017-11-08 Thread John Johnstone
On 11/8/17 8:04 PM, Adrian Zaugg wrote: On 08.11.17 16:55, WebDawg wrote: Do you know this to be true because credentials and such are hosted on one interface, but not another? It is clear from the logs and from the credentials asf. as well. In a dual WAN configuration a single instance

Re: [pfSense] OpenVPN binds to wrong interface with no ip

2017-11-08 Thread WebDawg
You should file a bug report. On Nov 8, 2017 8:05 PM, "Adrian Zaugg" wrote: > > > On 08.11.17 16:55, WebDawg wrote: > > Do you know this to be true because credentials and such are hosted on > > one interface, but not another? > > It is clear from the logs and from the

Re: [pfSense] OpenVPN binds to wrong interface with no ip

2017-11-08 Thread Adrian Zaugg
On 08.11.17 16:55, WebDawg wrote: > Do you know this to be true because credentials and such are hosted on > one interface, but not another? It is clear from the logs and from the credentials asf. as well. ___ pfSense mailing list

Re: [pfSense] OpenVPN binds to wrong interface with no ip

2017-11-08 Thread WebDawg
Do you know this to be true because credentials and such are hosted on one interface, but not another? On Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 8:43 PM, Adrian Zaugg wrote: > > Hi > > With two WAN interfaces and with an OpenVPN server on each, bound to its > interface, there is a wrong IP

[pfSense] OpenVPN binds to wrong interface with no ip

2017-11-07 Thread Adrian Zaugg
Hi With two WAN interfaces and with an OpenVPN server on each, bound to its interface, there is a wrong IP assertion in case the first interfaces does not get an IP. In Detail: - a system with two WAN interfaces that both get their IP by DHCP - on each WAN there is an OpenVPN Server configured,