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# Configuration for /etc/init.d/openvpn{,.*}

# OpenVPN can run in many modes. Most people want the init script to
# automatically detect the mode and try and apply a good default configuration
# and setup scripts. However, there are cases where the OpenVPN configuration
# looks like a client, but it's really a peer or something else.
# detect_client controls this behaviour.
#detect_client="yes"

# Path of the OpenVPN configuration file to load.
# Default is /etc/openvpn/openvpn.conf, or /etc/openvpn/<vpn>.conf if
# the runscript is symlinked to openvpn.<vpn> or <vpn>.
#cfgfile=

# The script to run in client mode after successful TUN/TAP device open.
#up_script="/etc/openvpn/up.sh"

# The script to run in client mode after TUN/TAP device close.
#down_script="/etc/openvpn/down.sh"

# OpenVPN automatically creates an /etc/resolv.conf (or sends it to
# resolvconf) if given DNS information by the OpenVPN server.
# Set to "no" to stop this.
#peer_dns="yes"

# Additional arguments to pass to openvpn.
#command_args=