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Support Center » Knowledgebase » I cannot connect to my private OpenVPN server due to DPI or firewall blocking the OpenVPN connection. Do you have a solution to allow me connect to my own OpenVPN server behind your HTTPS tunnel?
 I cannot connect to my private OpenVPN server due to DPI or firewall blocking the OpenVPN connection. Do you have a solution to allow me connect to my own OpenVPN server behind your HTTPS tunnel?
Solution Yes, if you want to connect to your own OpenVPN server using our HTTPS tunnel agent, it is possible through our HTTPS tunnel server. The way this woks is that you will be connecting to our gateway HTTPS server first and then from there, the traffic is re-directed to your OpenVPN server. However, you need to give us your OpenVPN server IP and port on which it is running. Then we will setup a HTTPS tunnel for this your server and you can connect to your OpenVPN server via our HTTPS agent which is a JAVA based executable file. For details on how the solution works, please see : www.anonyproz.com/https-tunnel.pdf

If you are interested in this solution, please contact us for more details and pricing by sending us a ticket.


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Article ID: 192
Created On: 17 Jun 2013 12:35 PM

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