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Short Description
Easy to configure and very dynamic OpenVPN container. For easy but also advanced usage!
Full Description

Very dynamic OpenVPN

Please be patient: Until now this container is still BETA

How to configure

This container provides a very high dynamic. In this section I´ll
show you what I mean.

Adding users

You can add users via environment variables. Use this structure:

Variable name Value Description
OPENVPN_USER_n e.g. pascal The username while n is the indicator
OPENVPN_PASS_n e.g. 123456 The password for OPENVPN_USER_n
OPENVPN_HOSTNAME e.g. host.tld The host name used in user config

For example if you want to add 4 users then the first user is OPENVPN_USER_1,
the second OPENVPN_USER_2 and so on. The same structure with OPENVPN_PASS_1.
Each user MUST HAVE a password.

Configure certificate parameters

It´s almost the same than pure easy-rsa names:


EASYRSA_CITY: "Stuttgart"
EASYRSA_ORG: "YourOrganization"
EASYRSA_EMAIL: "your@domain.tld"
EASYRSA_OU: "YourOrganizationUnit"

Using hooks to expand the functionality

I also provide you some hooks. You can use them to expand the
container without adding own commands to your docker-compose file
or building a new image.

How to use

The hooks provides you nearly unlimited freedom. You have to mount
a file (you can find the paths in the next section) to the container.
This file should be a bash script. There you can add anything and call
what you want.

pre-init hook

This hook will be executed before the openvpn initialization starts.

Path to mount: /opt/kronovanet_docker/hook/

after-init hook

This hook will be executed after the openvpn initialization is finished and
before the openvpn servers starts! You can modify the openvpn
configurations or add your own configs and start them with this hook
for example.

Path to mount: /opt/kronovanet_docker/hook/

Example configuration for docker-compose

version: '2'
      image: pascal20997/openvpn
      container_name: kronova_openvpn
           - "./certs:/opt/certs"
           - "1194:1194/udp"
           - "8080:443"
      restart: always
      privileged: true
          OPENVPN_USER_1: "myname"
          OPENVPN_PASS_1: "mypass"
          EASYRSA_CITY: "Stuttgart"
          EASYRSA_ORG: "MyOrganization"
          EASYRSA_EMAIL: "your@domain.tld"
          EASYRSA_OU: "MyOrganizationUnit"
      driver: local
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