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Effectively Manage Multiple OpenVPN Connections

tunXten is a Windows OpenVPN client that lets you manage multiple OpenVPN connections concurrently, with the ability to bind custom shortcuts to each.

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What are people saying about tunXten

Stan This tool looks good, I'll try it.
Jan 15 2012 at 5:15am Copy Link
Artem Mindrov Thanks for your interest and remember that your feedback is most important! Don't hesitate to leave us a note any time.
TungstenMine - Jan 15 2012 at 5:40am Copy Link
Bennet Immanuel @Vendor,

Will it be possible to connect to internet and office VPN at the same time? Usually when I connect to my office VPN network, my internet connection will be lost. How Tunxten will behave? kindly confirm.
Jan 15 2012 at 6:01am Copy Link
Stan @Bennet Immanuel: Check your vpn connection: do not to use the standard gateway for the remote network.
Jan 15 2012 at 6:16am Copy Link
Artem Mindrov We think the main culprit is not a VPN client you're using but rather specific OpenVPN configuration file. We suspect it modifies your routing table so your default gateway gets overwritten. Tunxten by itself does not change your OpenVPN configs in any way, so this is an expected behavior.
TungstenMine - Jan 15 2012 at 8:25am Copy Link
winton guy is it possible to allocate certain applications to certain VPN connections?

say I want thunderbird using the office vpn and explorer using the home vpn.

If this is not possible, I am wondering what the point of this software is? what is the point in having several open vpn going at one time?
Jan 15 2012 at 9:49am Copy Link
Artem Mindrov @winton guy
Currently it's not possible to customize application-based network settings, mainly because userland applications are not aware of any VPN running, mostly they rely on proxy settings which are not related to VPN in any way. So, to have IE access the internet through your office proxy you have to configure it manually, the same goes with Thunderbird. To autoconfigure them a VPN client would have to know how to change specific application proxy settings. We're not aware of any VPN client which could do that.
However, it's an interesting challenge, maybe we'll address it in future versions of tunXten. Thanks for suggestion!
TungstenMine - Jan 15 2012 at 10:59am Copy Link
Artem Mindrov @winton guy
Whether you will be able to keep your home dsl and simultaneously use certain apps accessing your office resources depends on how these apps are configured. Basically, we have no problem surfing the web using a connection to our provider network while doing some stuff over SSH in different offices around the world using specific VPN connection for each.
TungstenMine - Jan 15 2012 at 11:10am Copy Link
winton guy what would be the advantage of having multi vpn sessions at the same time? If I use an app or ie to access my work vpn, I don't want that app accessing the other vpn etc. I'm a little confused
Jan 15 2012 at 11:44am Copy Link
Artem Mindrov @winton guy
Suppose you have a need to remotely access not one but several offices located in different places around the globe. Local IT department at each office mails you a specific VPN configuration file so at the end of the day you have a bunch of them. Moreover, different offices have different security policies - some of them only grant you SSH access, some might allow FTP or HTTP access to their resources, some only use RDP. So you have to configure your applications to use office-specific settings and so on. With tunXten you can have all of this consolidated in one place so you don't have to fumble in Putty or Terminal Services client for those long-forgotten remote addresses you were going to connect to.
TungstenMine - Jan 15 2012 at 12:12pm Copy Link
winton guy so would it be possible to setup thunderbird to use a particular gateway ie. my router or isp provider and not the current actice vpn and vice versa?
Jan 15 2012 at 12:54pm Copy Link
Artem Mindrov What you are talking about sounds more like specifying a proxy server for a particular browser (or any other application, for that matter). This has nothing to do with VPN configuration, where you basically set up a secure tunnel between your workstation and another endpoint in a private network. As far as we know, no browser supports this kind of configuration, check for example http://forums.mozillazine...9&t=323859
TungstenMine - Jan 15 2012 at 1:19pm Copy Link
winton guy whenever i setup a vpn I find that all my connections go through that vpn. they no longer go thru my usual gateway. so if I were to have multiple concurrent vpn then I'm confused as how my applications will play. my thunderbird for example will just use whatever is the default gateway, which will be the current most active one.
sorry if I'm going off track. just want to see what use I can get out of your software.
Jan 15 2012 at 1:32pm Copy Link
Stefan Hauber Currently I don't use VPN yet, but I intend to do in the future.

Can you say some words about to begin with VPN. Is this integrated somehow in Windows (XP, win7) or do I have to get another software-tool? Is it free? Is there a free introduction (perhaps PDF-Manual) to VPN? What tool would you recommend for use with tunXten?

In the policies there is nothing about upgrades. Are upgrades for free (lifetime) for todays buyers?
Jan 15 2012 at 3:36pm Copy Link
Stan @Stefan Huber: VPN ist intergrated in Windows but it's not OpenVPN ( ans it's free.

"Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for the lifetime of the product.": lifetime :-)
Jan 15 2012 at 9:21pm Copy Link
Artem Mindrov @Stefan Hauber
Here's what we think about using VPN in Windows:
* Is this integrated somehow in Windows (XP, win7) or do I have to get another software-tool?
Yes, Windows XP/Vista/7 has some built-in suppport for VPN connections, in some cases it could be enough for configuring a secure connection. However, many organizations use OpenVPN or Cisco VPN for access to their internal networks. These VPN solutions has more features than Windows built-in one but require using a third-party client software. We believe the best way to get started with OpenVPN-based solution is to try tunXten.
* Is it free?
It depends on the application. Some tools are free (opensource command line OpenVPN client for example), some are commercial. We made tunXten available free of charge as long as you don't want to use advanced configuration.
* Is there a free introduction (perhaps PDF-Manual) to VPN?
Yes, there're articles on the net explainingVPN basics. We can recommend looking up Wikipedia article on VPN ( or visiting OpenVPN site for more information (
* What tool would you recommend for use with tunXten?
Basically you don't need any complementary tool for tunXten, however it can depend on the situation. We can only speak for ourselves, and we're making extensive use of Putty the SSH client and Windows built-in Terminal Services client to securely access remote sites over VPN tunnel established by tunXten.
* In the policies there is nothing about upgrades. Are upgrades for free (lifetime) for todays buyers?
Yes, lifetime upgrades are free.

Hope our answers shed some light on the mystery of VPN :)
TungstenMine - Jan 15 2012 at 9:34pm Copy Link
Artem Mindrov @winton guy
I believe your question is pretty much the same as the earlier one by Bennet Immanuel. That said, it all depends on how your VPN connection is configured. If it overwrites the gateway settings in the routing table, this leads to the behavior you describe. If, on the contrary, it does not modify any of the previously installed routes, it should not interfere with routing/switching of traffic from the applications.
TungstenMine - Jan 16 2012 at 12:36am Copy Link

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