just installed Fedora 32 after years of being with Ubuntu-based distros. Mostly works, except for my corporate VPN access. Symptoms:
- That particular network generally does work well with network-manager-openvpn in Debian and Ubuntu up to 20.04.
- In F32, it works from the terminal using openvpn .ovpn. In this case, after prompting for credentials it connects almost immediately but DNS lookup for hosts within the corporate network doesn’t work.
- Using VPN with network manager is different: I can import and try to connect (which took me a while and a “restorecon” on the ~/.cert folder), but connection will never be established. Error messages once the system gives up:
Apr 30 21:47:27 vega nm-openvpn-serv: Connect timer expired, disconnecting.
Apr 30 21:47:27 vega nm-openvpn: TLS Error: TLS key negotiation failed to occur within 60 seconds (check your network connectivity)
Apr 30 21:47:27 vega nm-openvpn: TLS Error: TLS handshake failed
Apr 30 21:47:27 vega nm-openvpn: SIGTERM[hard,tls-error] received, process exiting
That’s weird. Given it works with openvpn, I have no real idea where to peek here.
Thanks in advance,