GUI for SoftEther Linux Server

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GUI for SoftEther Linux Server

Post by kdmiller45 » Wed Nov 07, 2018 1:25 am

Is there a localhost:Port# to see a Gui interface for the server, like you have for the windows version
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Re: GUI for SoftEther Linux Server

Post by cmd wh0ami » Wed Nov 07, 2018 2:03 am

Not sure what you mean by port number, but if your talking about the server software you can use the same Windows Server manager in Windows to remote manage your vpn server running on Linux. Just plug in the ip address of the Linux box. The ports that need to be open on the Linux box would be the same ports the vpn server is listening on. tcp 443 992 1194 5555 all you need is for one of them to be open.

You could set default accept policies in iptables while you set up the VPN server, then finish the server set up by giving it firewall rules in iptables at the end of the set up.

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iptables -P INPUT ACCEPT
iptables  -P FORWARD ACCEPT
iptables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT
If your talking about the client software you can manage that too using the Manage Remote Computer's SoftEther Client that's in the SoftEther Client folder under All Programs in Windows. You have to enable "remote enable" tho first on the Linux client using vpncmd. For that to work you would have to allow traffic from LAN on the Linux host running the VPN client.
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