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 ===== Introduction ===== ===== Introduction =====
  
-Gargoyle by default uses the same OpenVPN server rules for all VPN clients. For custom per client rules we need to manually edit files in the "​ccd"​ folder. Each time a new client is added via the GUI a config file with the same name is created in the ccd folder. Edit the config file via SSH through putty, WinSCP or other SSH client.+Gargoyle by default uses the same OpenVPN server rules for **all VPN clients**. For custom ​**per client** rules we need to manually edit files in the "​ccd"​ folder. Each time a new client is added via the GUI a config file with the same name is created in the ccd folder. Edit the config file via SSH through putty, WinSCP or other SSH client. 
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 +==== Edit OpenVPN configuration ==== 
  
 Client Configuration Directory Client Configuration Directory
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 In this example (push "​redirect-gateway def1") has been added so all VPN traffic is routed through the VPN server. ​ In this example (push "​redirect-gateway def1") has been added so all VPN traffic is routed through the VPN server. ​
  
-Example options+==== Example options ​==== 
  
   push "​redirect-gateway def1" # all VPN traffic is routed through the VPN server   push "​redirect-gateway def1" # all VPN traffic is routed through the VPN server
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