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Last pushed: 2 years ago
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A Docker Automated Build Repository for SoftEther VPN -> (tunneling) -> SOCK5 Proxy - Ubuntu
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##Overview

This repo produces a turn key VPN -> SOCKS5 tunnel to route you to the Internet. There could be many reasons why you might need a solution like this. Limitations of your current network restricting access, more security when traveling. Whatever the reason this build gives you a great turn key solution.

There are currently two builds to select:

*    Version 0.4.0 is ONLY the VPN
*     Version 0.5.0 provides the VPN and ability to remote traffic to a remote proxy

###Please Note:
The Official SoftEther VPN is built using CentOS 7 this is a working build using Ubuntu. There is a current limitation with Docker and building the image via automated tools, the volume devicemapper which appears to be fixed in Docker 1.6.2. After numerous attempts and configuration tweaks the building the image was not successful. I was able to change the Dockerfile to use Ubuntu as the underlaying OS. Success!

Version 0.5.0 (VPN -> SOCKS5)

  • L2TP/IPSec PSK
  • SecureNAT enabled
  • Perfect Forward Secrecy (DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA)
  • This build pulls from the official SoftEther VPN GitHub repo master, a large 300Mb repo, a solid network connection will be needed to pull the Docker build
  • SOCK5 Proxy connection using REDSOCKS

Example:

docker run -d -p 500:500/udp -p 4500:4500/udp -p 1701:1701/tcp -e PROXY_HOST=123.3.2.1 -e PROXY_PORT=8080 htmlgraphic/vpn:0.5.0

Version 0.4.0 (VPN)

  • L2TP/IPSec PSK
  • SecureNAT enabled
  • Perfect Forward Secrecy (DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA)
  • This build pulls from the official SoftEther VPN GitHub repo master, a large 300Mb repo, a solid network connection will be needed to pull the Docker build

Example:

docker run -d -p 500:500/udp -p 4500:4500/udp -p 1701:1701/tcp htmlgraphic/vpn:0.4.0`

Connectivity tested on Android + iOS, Mac OS X devices. It seems Android devices do not require L2TP server to have port 1701/tcp open.

Credentials

Required:

  • -e PROXY_HOST: hostname or IP address of Proxy Server, allow only valid VPN connections.
  • -e PROXY_PORT: proxy connection port.

Optional:

  • -e PSK: Pre-Shared Key (PSK), if not set: “notasecret” (without quotes) by default.
  • -e USERNAME: if not set a random username (“user[nnnn]”) is created.
  • -e PASSWORD: if not set a random weak password is created.

It only creates a single user account with the above credentials in DEFAULT hub. See the docker log for username and password (unless -e PASSWORD is set), which would look like:

========================
user6301
2329.2890.3101.2451.9875
========================

Dots (.) are part of the password. Password will not be logged if specified via -e PASSWORD; use docker inspect <container_id> in case you need to see it.

To review the system generated username and password, use docker logs <container_id>


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