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       connman-vpn.conf - ConnMan-VPN configuration file




       connman-vpn.conf  is  a  configuration  file  for  ConnMan-VPN.  The configuration file is
       optional but it can be used to set up  various  aspects  of  ConnMan-VPN's  behavior.  The
       location  of  the  file  may be changed through use of the --config= argument for connman-

       DAC privileges (user, group and supplementary groups) of a  VPN  binary  ran  by  connman-
       vpn(8)  can be controlled by this configuration.  Configuration in connman-vpn.conf is for
       all VPN types and can be overridden by defining separate  configs  into  /etc/connman/vpn-
       plugin/  using  the  plugin  name  +  .conf suffix using the same syntax. For example, for
       OpenVPN the path to config is /etc/connman/vpn-plugin/openvpn.conf which will override any
       value in the main configuration.


       The  configuration file consists of sections (groups) of key-value pairs.  Lines beginning
       with a '#' and blank lines are considered comments.  Sections are started by a header line
       containing  the  section enclosed in '[' and ']', and ended implicitly by the start of the
       next section or the end of the file. Each key-value pair must be contained in a section.

       Description of sections and available keys follows:

       This section is the only mandatory section of the configuration file.

              Set input request timeout. Default is 300 seconds.  The  request  for  inputs  like
              passphrase  will timeout after certain amount of time. Use this setting to increase
              the value in case of different user interface designs.

       This section controls the DAC privileges to use for a VPN binary used by a VPN plugin. DAC
       privileges that can be set are user, group and supplementary groups.

              User on the system to use for running VPN binary. Username or uid can be used.

              The main group to use for running VPN binary. Group name or gid can be used.

              Comma  separated list of supplementary groups to set for the VPN binary. Groups can
              be defined with their names or gid's.


       The following example configuration sets InputRequestTimeout to 10 minutes, runs  VPNs  as
       user   "vpn_user"   of  group  "vpn"  with  additional  supplementary  groups  "inet"  and

       InputRequestTimeout = 600

       User = vpn_user
       Group = vpn
       SupplementaryGroups = inet, net_admin


       connman(8), connman-vpn(8)

                                            2015-10-15                        connman-vpn.conf(5)