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pfSense is an open-source firewall and router that is available completely free of cost. It offers load balancing, unified threat management along with multi WAN amongst other features for those particularly concerned about their online security. Fortunately, users can further enhance its capabilities via PureVPN’s OpenVPN, which can be setup on the latest pfSense (2.5.2) by following the given steps:
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The file “Open WDC.key” doesn’t exist.
The file “Open Client.key” doesn’t exist.
The two file available are “wdc.key” and “ca.crt” neither of which provide the data needed to complete steps 3 (the optional part admittedly) and 5.
I’d also like to know how I could configure pfsense to use my static ip too. I can find no information on this.
Hey Dave, we would request you to please join us on our live chat from which we may have a detailed look at your case. The files that you mention are already present and can be download it from here. https://support.purevpn.com/openvpn-files. However, we do not offer static IP configuration for pfSense at the current moment.
This guide is usless and does not work at all
We apologies for the inconvenience. The above guide have worked for many users, if you are facing any issue then we request you to join us on live chat so we may assist you in better way.
Looking forward to hear from you!
This guide worked first time for me. I am running latest PFsense
The guide would work just fine if the file names in the zip file would be the same as on the guide. Would create a lot less confusion for ppl i guess.