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 Migrating ovpn client from WinXP to Android 4.1.1 
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 Post subject: Migrating ovpn client from WinXP to Android 4.1.1
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:59 pm 
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Joined: Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:38 pm
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Hello!

I've a working ovpn client under WinXP and I'd want to run it under Android 4.1.1.

On WinXP side, if I unzip the custumized ovpn client installer given by my company, in config folder, I just have 3 files :

client_config.ovpn
myname.p12
ta.key

What could I do with these files ?
Can I just copy then to my Android system ?
Do I have to convert these files to an Android format ?
How ?

...or do I have to contact my company IT admin staff yo give me specific files for Android ?

Thanks by advance,

Regards,

Steve.


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 Post subject: Re: Migrating ovpn client from WinXP to Android 4.1.1
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:13 pm 
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More info...

'myname.p12' seems to be my public key since I have this line in 'client_config.ovpn' :

pkcs12 "myname.p12"

But I don't see any .crt file.

Is it serious doctors ? ;)

Regards,

Steve


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