ispyisail wrote:\excelsi wrote:How Long?
In the case if its realy a problem, where are log files i can take out for troublshooting if im in the commandline before execute "firstboot"?
but if I were you I would try "fistboot" then create VPN keys but wait 30 minutes+
Ok thanks waiting more (overnight) helps
The Problem is now that the OpenVpn Server Configuration Displays that the OpenVPN Server is not running like in my other Post to 1.5.10 here:
Should i maybe try this solution in the post from ErickEY ?:
faced the port conflict issue. Here is the solution:
1. folder: /etc/openvpn
it'll be re-created as if you enabled vpn server for the first time
2. the 'ra_openvpn' section in the /etc/config/firewall file
When you reload web interface, your vpn server will be disabled and you will be able to re-setup it from scratch.
Or whats your Suggestion? Thanks for your help.