Today I received another email from ibvpn:
Now that ibVPN users have been migrated over to StrongVPN, it is time to begin shutting down ibVPN itself.
Starting Monday November 23rd, ibVPN will no longer function. Please ensure you have completed the StrongVPN password email reset so you may begin taking advantage of StrongVPN + DNS. If you have not received a password reset email from StrongVPN check your spam folder or reach out to the StrongVPN support team.
Thank you for choosing ibVPN as your VPN of choice, and we look forward to continuing to serve you as StrongVPN.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our support team here.
The ibVPN Team
I received an email that stated:
Your service will be transferred over to StrongVPN automatically, and your subscription cost will remain the same so long as your account remains active. After your account is successfully migrated, the StrongVPN team will reach out with further instructions.
So there appears to be a migratio, which is also mentioned here:
It was announced that ibVPN will become (is) part of StrongVPN. I received an email today that my account will be migrated to StrongVPN soon. I assume it means for the ibVPN app to keep working an update is needed to support StrongVPN. Does anyone know if this is in the plans?
I use the ibVPN on ClearOS release 7.8.1 and set-up an IP-address of a headless system to use the VPN. Because the system is headless it took me sometime to notice it is no longer communicating to the outside world.
After looking into that I found that ibVPN on ClearOs stopped working and always reports the following error:
Nick Howitt wrote:
Thanks. Documentation updated.
I am not sure why you are using /etc/postfix/rewrite. Can't you just change the Mail Domain in the Mail Settings?
What is "myhost" doing? There is normally a variable "myhostname" which is set by ClearOS.
smtp_enforce_tls has been deprecated.Instead use smtp_tls_security_level which is already set to "may". Having it set will mean that smtp_enforce_tls is ignored.
Migadu is mij mail provider, it has the mx records for familie-dokter.net,
If I would use a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org the SMTP server will try and deliver locally while I want it to use Migadu. So I used a maildomain that is not familie-dokter.net. The rewrite is needed because Migadu does not accept logging in as email@example.com while the From:header says familie-dokter.lan... I could have used aliases or .forwards but in doing it like this I am able to send mail to any new mail user created for familie-dokter.net without the need for a change at my clearos server. myhost = localhost as I wanted to make sure it is not binding to the outside address (scared of creating a relay :-) )
If there are better ways of doing this, I am by no mean an expert on all this, any advise is appreciated..
Thank you Nick,
I now have it running in the way that I want it...Just for reference this is what I added:
I know some of it is overkill, but very happy that it works.
There is a small error in the description that you reference SMTP Authentication to ISP
In chapter starttls it says:
The ISP's mail server, username, and password are kept in a separate file: /etc/postfix/sasl_passwd. The format is:
But in the described case this should be:
After I changed that it all started to fall in place!
I am using ClearOs Community 7.5
Ever since I have added a guest network to my access point, I have the following message over flooding my logs:
On the access point I have tagged traffice with vlanid 5 , on clearos I have a VLAN 5 configured as a hot lan.