ocserv 0.8.4 Description:
ocserv for Linux : A command-line software that provides a OpenConnect VPN server for GNU/Linux operating systems
ocserv (also known as OpenConnect server) is an open source command-line OpenConnect VPN (Virtual Private Network) solution powered by SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). It is designed to work on any GNU/Linux server that implements the AnyConnect SSL VPN protocol. The software is secure, configurable, portable, fast, small, and depends on standard protocols, such as Datagram TLS and TLS 1.2. Key features include full compatibility with the OpenConnect VPN client. experimental support for other Anyconnect SSL VPN clients, the ability to allow VPN users to authenticate using a certificate, a password authentication method or any combination of these two methods. An unprivileged worker process is automatically assigned to authenticated users, which will also obtain an IP and networking (tun) device from a configurable pool of addresses. Among other interesting features, we can mention a management interface that allows you to monitor logged in users, support for TCP wrappers, support for both IPv4 and IPv6 network protocols, support for route pushing, support for storing the server key in TPM (Trusted Platform Module), on a smart card or on a HSM (Hardware Security Module). Another interesting feature is that it offers no support for compression (see the projectís homepage for more details).
To conclude ocserv works on Linux operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to GNU Public License license. The download file is only 0.62 MB in size.
ocserv was filed under the System category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 4/5 Score.
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