[Bug 1580356] Re: OpenVPN causes reboot failure on Xenial in AWS

Scott Crooks scott.crooks at gmail.com
Wed May 18 16:15:12 UTC 2016


Simon,

Yes, the instance I used as a test was using DHCP. AWS is a bit odd in
that sense since, for all intents and purposes, your instance has a
static internal IP address that persists across reboots. However, the
instance thinks it's using DHCP. It would be as if you configured DHCP
on the OpenVPN server, but configured the LAN's DHCP server to assign
only one address to your OpenVPN server.

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