We have COS 6.6 Pro running on our main site. We have a satellite site connected via a Layer 3 VPN tunnel on the same subnet. Apparently the Layer 3 VPN and a single subnet is required to get a NT domain to work (it won't span subnets unless you have replica servers or something).
Each site has its own DHCP server (without overlapping addresses) but all shares, the domain controller, home folders, etc. reside on the COS server at the main site.
I was thinking about adding another COS server at the satellite site and configuring it as a LDAP slave.
Would I be able to have separate subnets (192.168.0.x, 192.168.1.x?) at each site?
Would computers at the satellite site be on the Windows domain?
Would I be able to add computers to the domain from the satellite site?
Could I have separate shares at each site?
Would computers from either site be able to access the other sites shares?
What is the best practice for this scenario?
Thank you in advance for your help.
Hi, I've just noticed this old thread with no replies. What are you doing here as you do not appear to be using the standard ClearOS implementation. Where have you got your OpenVPN package from? If it is not from the ClearOS repo please remove it and also remove anything under /etc/openvpn. Then remove your firewall rules. Then can you install OpenVPN from the marketplace or do "yum install app-openvpn" and use the ClearOS webconfig to open the firewall to OpenVPN (there is a standard service). Then, to get it going please start with the standard configs. For your user, download the client configuration and certificates from the webconfig but check the "remote" line points to the correct FQDN.
On your client, install the .ovpn file and certificates and, if using Win7 or later, make sure you are running the OpenVPN client as administrator or routing will not work.
Only once you have it working you can try playing round with things like 'push "redirect-gateway def1"'.
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I seem to have missing packages
Go to install say web-proxy via the market place and it just fails. As do many others.
Worked fine when I tried it yesterday in a VM
Wouldn't even initialise the directory as it fails on the download, was looking for app-samba-core. Only one I found was app-samba-common-core
Relying to myself but can some kind person give me the command to reset the deafult repos for beta 2?
All I get when I run yum update is this
I've tried yum clean all but no luck there ether
I've no idea why the problem occurred. It may because of the original flexshare permissions when the file was created. Permissions don't automatically change if you move files between shares as root directly in ClearOS (for example using WinSCP).
Thank you very much for your help.
"chmod -R 774 *" worked.
In case it matters: the owner of the contents of the troublesome directory is "anon".
Any idea why this problem would have occurred and how to avoid in in the future?
This is like extracting hens teeth
So who are the owners of these files?
Also you can see you have a permissions problem as the group does not have write access (drwxr-xr-x and not drwxrwxr-x). You can sledgehammer it by going to the parent share folder and do something like "chmod -R 774 *"
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