I understand this is not supported but want to try and roll these services into the same machine if possible without using virtual machines, which is my backup at the moment if I need to. Softether also does some neat bridging with VPN networks that I find very useful.
Zamboni I don’t understand why you feel the need to say “Don’t feed it”. Seems very counter intuitive for being open source. Aren’t we supposed to modify to fit our needs? If it can’t be done so be it I will move on. If it causes other issues like I said I understand it is not supported and it is going to be my responsibility to keep it secure.
I used the following to create the network service itself, it does show up in the web UI without an issue
config set fw_softether service status enabled TCPPort 8888,5555,992,1192 access private
Here is my iptables -L fw_softether is the service
I can post the raw here if you want but seemed better to put it up there. fw_softether is the service that I want to connect to. It could use a few different ports but they are all giving me a timeout. Also I am connecting from the green network. I have tried changing it to be public and private with connecting from red side as well. It still didn’t work.
They are also in a listening state when I do a netstat -l
As for the VPN itself it is not actually running anything at the moment, just the executable itself. I am purely trying to get into the management of it so that I can start creating the connections that I need; so it is not actually hooking into anything on the system at the moment other then the ports.