OpenVPN / Re: [Openvpn-users] Problem with --ifconfig

c - How to interface with the Linux tun driver - Stack Instead, you open the /dev/net/tun and configure it via ioctl() to "point" to tun0. To show the basic procedure, I will create the TUN interface using the command line tool ip tun tap and then show the C code to read from that TUN device. So to create the tun interface via commands line: OpenVPN / Re: [Openvpn-users] Problem with --ifconfig >> There is a problem in your selection of --ifconfig >> endpoints [local=, remote=]. Do you have a server-side set of options, like in the ccd/ folder? But to the more general question: yes, Windows and Linux are different. In particular you quoted: >> This is a limitation of --dev tun when used with the >> TAP-WIN32 driver. libdnet

ProtonVPN isn't installing TAP driver : ProtonVPN

TUN/TAP package for Linux and Windows ===== ``pytuntap`` is a Python module for you create TUN/TAP device very easily.

Windows 10 - No Tap Adapters found - Getting Started

TAP driver adapter fail installed on Windows 10 64Bit