This is the first walk-through I have written for a VulnHub machine. Please send any feedback if you have ideas for improving it!
In this article, we’ll configure On Demand VPN for iOS and macOS devices to connect to the VPN we created.
Part 4 – On Demand VPN
So you want to get your hands dirty and force your VPN to connect based on network states? You’ve come to the right place! First and foremost, you’ll need an editor that handles XML. I recommend Atom.
Inspired by a Reddit post1, I began to look into Apple’s options for forcing VPN connections through the use of Mobile Configuration Profiles2. One resource I found that was helpful was this post from derman.com. So open up your Mobile Configuration file and let’s get to work! Read More
In this article, we’ll configure an IKEv2 VPN in pfSense for our iOS and macOS devices to connect to.
At this point, we’ve configured our server certificates. Now let’s create the actual VPN. Read More
In this article, we’ll configure the certificates necessary to set up an IKEv2 VPN in pfSense.
This was setup and configured with the following: macOS 10.13 High Sierra Beta (should work with 10.12+, possibly older), and Apple Configurator 2.5 Beta (available from the Apple Developer site/release available on the App Store; should work with prior versions).