Displaying 1 to 7 from 7 results

algo - Set up a personal IPSEC VPN in the cloud

  •    Shell

Algo VPN is a set of Ansible scripts that simplify the setup of a personal IPSEC VPN. It uses the most secure defaults available, works with common cloud providers, and does not require client software on most devices. See our release announcement for more information. The easiest way to get an Algo server running is to let it set up a new virtual machine in the cloud for you.

netkiller.github.io - Netkiller Free ebook - 免费电子书

  •    HTML


IKEv2-setup - Set up Ubuntu Server 17.04 as an IKEv2 VPN server

  •    Shell

A Bash script that takes Ubuntu Server 17.04 from clean install to production-ready IKEv2 VPN with strongSwan. Comments and pull requests welcome.Configuration files, scripts and instructions are sent by email. They are also dropped in the newly-created non-root user's home directory on the server (this point may be important, because VPS providers sometimes block traffic on port 25 by default, and conscientious email providers will sometimes mark a successfully sent email as spam).

swanc - 🦆 StrongSwan based VPN Controller for Kubernetes

  •    Python

To install Swanc, please follow the guide here.Want to help improve Swanc? Please start here.

alpine-strongswan-vpn - Dockerfile and related configuration for setting up a roadwarrior IKEv2-based VPN

  •    Shell

This repository contains a Dockerfile for generating an image with StrongSwan and Alpine Linux. This image can be used on the server or client in a variety of configurations.

certidude - Easy to use Certificate Authority web service for OpenVPN, StrongSwan and HTTPS

  •    Python

Certidude is a minimalist X.509 Certificate Authority management tool with Kerberos authentication mainly designed for OpenVPN gateway operators to make VPN client setup on laptops, desktops and mobile devices as painless as possible. Certidude can also be used to manage IPSec certifcates (StrongSwan) or HTTPS client certificates to limit access to eg. intranet websites. For a full-blown CA you might want to take a look at EJBCA or OpenCA.