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Hi Team,

When I Connecting to my Client VPN through LAN its showing below error.
SSL error happened your OS may not support connecting to the server , please make sure the server has valid certificate setup.

But When i Connect to WiFI its working fine.
Please Suggest me.

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Monday, March 08 2021, 06:42 AM
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    Wednesday, March 10 2021, 02:11 PM - #Permalink
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    If you deleted your system certificate, as soon as you restart OpenVPN, all your OpenVPN certificates will become invalid and will need to be regenerated. For that, each user will have to log onto the Webconfig with their own usernames and reset their certificates and then create new ones. Those certificates then need to be loaded onto their devices, but you should not need a new ovpn file.
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    Wednesday, March 10 2021, 12:45 PM - #Permalink
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    Hi Nick ,

    I'm Using the ClearOS own VPN.
    Previously it was working Perfect.
    Recently my Server Certificate is expired.
    I install the Self Signed Certificate from Certificate Manager.
    After that , If I Connect My Laptop to Firewall LAN then I'm able to RDP , Internet Browsing ETC.
    But Previously we Connect to Our Remote Server though Our Firewall Static IP Only that's why we need Only VPN or Internal LAN.
    But after Certificate renew I'm not able to access my Remote Server , but its working fine in VPN Still.

    My Client VPN Conf is below , and it work perfectly.

    cipher AES-256-CBC
    remote IP 1194
    dev tun
    proto udp
    resolv-retry infinite
    ca ca-cert.pem
    cert client-lalatendu-cert.pem
    key client-lalatendu-key.pem
    ns-cert-type server
    verb 3
    tls-cipher "DEFAULT:@SECLEVEL=0"
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    Monday, March 08 2021, 08:50 AM - #Permalink
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    Deleting your duplicate post.

    Please give me more clues. Where are you seeing this? What is your "client vpn"? How is your WiFi connected to your ClearOS LAN? If it is on a separate LAN subnet is it a HotLAN? Do you run any filtering on the the LAN e.g proxy/Gateway Management/application filter/protocol filter?
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