AWS OpenVPN Deployment Tool: AutoVPN

ID N0WHERE:104894
Type n0where
Reporter N0where
Modified 2016-08-06T13:23:08


AWS OpenVPN Deployment Tool

Dependencies: boto and paramiko (python packages) and aws .credentials file on system

  1. Clone repo to system.
  2. Execute autovpn with -C -k and -r options to deploy to AWS ./autovpn -C -r us-east-1 -k macbook
  3. OpenVPN config files are downloaded to current working directory.
  4. Import the OpenVPN config file into VPN client.
  5. Connect to VPN.

   autovpn - AWS OpenVPN Deployment Tool.
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        ACTION   [OPTIONS]
       -C    Create VPN endpoint.
       -G    Generate new keypair.
       -S    Get all running instances in a given region.
       -T    Terminate a OpenVPN endpoint.
       -a    Specify custom ami.*
       -h    Displays this message.
       -i    AWS Instance type (Optional, Default is t2.micro)
        t2.nano t2.micro t2.small t2.medium t2.large.**
       -k    Specify the name of AWS keypair (Required)
       -r    Specify AWS Region (Required)
        us-east-1 us-west-1 us-west-2 eu-west-1 eu-central-1
        ap-southeast-1 ap-northeast-1 ap-northeast-2 ap-southeast-2
       -u    Specify custom ssh user.***
       -y    Skip confirmations
       -z    Specify instance id.
  Create OpenVPN endpoint:
    autovpn -C -r us-east-1 -k macbook
  Generate keypar in a region.
    autovpn -G -r us-east-1
  Get running instances
    autovpn -S -r us-east-1
  Terminate OpenVPN endpoint
    autovpn -T -r us-east-1 -z i-b933e00c
  Using custom options
    autovpn -C -r us-east-1 -k macbook -a ami-fce3c696 -u ec2_user -i m3.medium
        * - Customs ami may be needed if changing instance type.
        ** - In reality any instance size can be given but the t2.micro is more than
        *** - Custom user might be need if using a custom ami.

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