So I realize there’s a giant OpenVPN feature request thread but this is entirely different. I’m reasonable enough to understand Pep is not likely to ever add this feature in the hardware (though I believe a basic OpenVPN server should be there for those who don’t need much in the way of bandwidth on it.) I’m more interested in how you all are doing VPN beyond the traditional L2TP/IPSec stuff.
My particular use case is probably a bit different than most; One of my SOHO devices sits on a Verizon 4G connection which does not allow for seamless VPN configuration and operation due to the carrier-grade NAT applied on the front end by Verizon (short of dropping $500 to have a Static IP address outside the NAT.)
I’d love to have a decent VPN…something over SSL which can work with such a connection. I prefer OpenVPN but I’m always looking for options. L2TP/IPSec is very unfriendly to these type of configurations and I would never even consider PPTP for anything period.
Just looking for some ideas and would love to hear how you are solving or getting around this issue otherwise if you have such a mobile setup. Thank you.