28
Jan
12

HideMyAss VPN Part 2

In the last post i showed how to create seperate vpns for differnt prefixes. Here i show how to ensure different tunnels come up at boot and remain up.  i use daemontools, ubuntu users are probably best using upstart.

We first need to add auth-user-pass /etc/openvpn/up to the config files. Then create  /etc/openvpn/up with your username and password on separate lines.  and install daemontools.  for this i use yaourt to pull it from AUR.  check here for how to install yaourt https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Yaourt

yaourt -S daemontools

add the following to initab, i put mine after the su line. i had problems when i put it at the end of the file.

sv:123456:respawn:/usr/sbin/svscanboot

create a directory for the two damons, make the run file and link them to /services/

for i in uk us ; do mkdir /etc/openvpn-${i}; echo  '#!/bin/sh' > /etc/openvpn-${i}/run ; echo "exec /usr/sbin/openvpn /etc/openvpn/openvpn-${i}.cfg  1> log.1.out 2> log.2.out" >> /etc/openvpn-${i}/run ; ln -sv /etc/openvpn-${i} /service/; done

reboot. use the following to check you have tun devices and routes for you new vpns

ifconfig ; netstat -rn

check `man svc` and `man svstat` for basic info on daemon tools

The next and last part of this series will show how to keep your tunnels upto date

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