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OpenVPN Access Server

OpenVPN Access Server


What is OpenVPN Access Server?

OpenVPN headquartered in Pleasanton allows users to create secure access to a private network in the cloud or on-premise with Access Server. Access Server is available to deploy directly on various cloud platforms like Amazon AWS, Google GCP, Microsoft Azure,…

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OpenVPN is highly regarded as an excellent VPN platform that allows users to run a personal VPN. Customers appreciate the software's free …
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10 Connections


per month

25 Connections


per month

50 Connections


per month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
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  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $75 per month
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Product Demos

Introduction to OpenVPN Access Server Logs - V 2.7.5


Validate Web Certificate for OpenVPN Access Server- V 2.7.5

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Product Details

What is OpenVPN Access Server?

OpenVPN Access Server Video

In this video, the TrustRadius team goes over some of the best VPN providers out there - including OpenVPN Access Server - and how they stack up against each other.

OpenVPN Access Server Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo
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Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
We use OpenVPN as a way to connect our two offices together and to connect back to the office when working remotely.
  • Secure
  • Easy setup
  • 2 free users
  • automatic updates
  • some times error logs are not clear
  • Configuring 3rd party apps can sometimes be problematic
  • Limited functionality for iPhone users, but I believe that is due to an apple issue.
We used it to connect our two offices together. It aids in secure file transfer for remote users. Some of the 3rd party software is only allowed to run on specific IP addresses due to the license and this is a way that remote users can utilize that software without being on-site.
  • Speed of remote connection
  • Easy install
  • Easy to maintain and update
  • Only 2 free users, it would be nice if they would expand to 5.
  • Easy way to establish a VPN backbone between two locations
  • Great for work at home or BCP events.
We found OpenVPN to be more cost-effective vs Azure. In addition, it was easier to install, deploy, and manage.
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