Info OpenVPN Server in a Docker Container

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Why you should use a docker openvpn? The Synology openvpn works really great.
Maybe for some special reason?
 
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I don't know much about Docker so whatever I say will be worthless. I can only point out that the author said that he felt that it's more "prudent" as in more sensible. But I don't know why!
 

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author said that he felt that it's more "prudent" as in more sensible. But I don't know why!
I imagine it comes down to how trustworthy the VPN implementation is... Synology's or the author's. Not knowing the author, I'd say it is a coin toss.

OTOH one could link Docker containers so that they would communicate only through the Docker VPN, permitting other Syno apps to connect w/o VPN. How all that can be done can probably be answered by Rusty (not me for sure).
 

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