alpine-ikev2-vpn

by aliasmee

Small Simple Free runing container's IKEv2 VPN base alpine image.

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A runing IKEv2 VPN's container on alpine linux system

Overview

Let the IKEv2 vpn service run in the Docker container, do not need too much configuration, you just take the mirror on the Docker server, then run a container, the container generated certificate copy installed on your client, you can connect vpn The server. Welcome everyone's discussion!:blush:

Features

  • based on alpine image and Using supervisor to protect the IPSec process
  • StrongSwan provides ikev2 VPN service
  • In addition to Android and Linux, but other devices(Winodws 7+,Mac,iOS) by default comes with IKEv2 dial clients
  • When the container is run, the certificate file is dynamically generated based on the environment variable (last version)
  • Combined with Freeradius achieve Authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) (Done -> v0.1)

Prerequisites

  • The host can use physical machines, virtual machines, and VPS.
  • The host machines and containers must be opened within ipforward (net.ipv4.ipforward)
  • The host machines Install Docker engine.
  • Support eap authentication radius server(EAP-RADIUS)

Usage examples

Install From Script
recommended approach

  1. As follows
    bash
    # ./onekey_run_vpnserver.sh 'new_vpnuser' 'new_password'
    

$1:
vpn user

$2:
vpn password

WARNING
: As root privileged running

Install From Git source

  1. Make a Image

[Method 1] Using git source code

# git clone https://github.com/aliasmee/alpine-ikev2-vpn.git

build image:

# cd alpine-ikev2-vpn/
# docker build -t ikev2 .

[Method 2] Using

docker pull
download images to the local from dockerhub ```Bash

docker pull hanyifeng/alpine-ikev2-vpn

After building the image, run `docker run` command.

  1. Start the service with the following command (Support radius AAA)
  • eap-mschapv2 mode
    # docker run --restart=always -itd --privileged -v /lib/modules:/lib/modules -e HOST_IP='Your's Public network IP' -e VPNUSER=jack -e VPNPASS="jack&opsAdmin" -p 500:500/udp -p 4500:4500/udp --name=ikev2-vpn ikev2
    </pre>
    <p></p><pre>HOST_IP:</pre> Public network must be your host IP
    

VPNUSER & VPNPASS :
The function is to customize the user name and password to connect to the VPN service.[Optional env]

Defalut vpnuser is

testUserOne
,passwd is
testOnePass
  • eap-radius mode
    bash
    # docker run -itd --privileged -v /lib/modules:/lib/modules -e HOST_IP='Your's Public network IP' -e ACCOUNTING='yes' -e RADIUS_PORT='1812' -e RADIUS_SERVER='Your's radius server IP' -e RADIUS_SECRET='xxxxxxx' -e EAP_TYPE='eap-radius' -p 500:500/udp -p 4500:4500/udp --name=ikev2-vpn ikev2
    

ACCOUNTING:
eap-radius mode Required.Value must be 'yes'

RADIUS_PORT:
radius server running port. Required.

RADIUS_SERVER:
radius server ip. Required.

RADIUS_SECRET
: radius nas client psk. Required.

EAP_TYPE
: ikev2 auth mode. Required.
  1. Use the following command to generate the certificate and view the certificate contents ```Bash

    docker exec -it ikev2-vpn sh /usr/bin/vpn

    net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1 ipsec: stopped ipsec: started Below the horizontal line is the content of the certificate. Copy the content to a file in the .cert suffix format. Such as: vpn.cert


    -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIIDKjCCAhKgAwIBAgIIFsVYBZlPYyQwDQYJKoZIhvcNAQELBQAwMzELMAkGA1UE BhMCY24xDjAMBgNVBAoTBWlsb3ZlMRQwEgYDVQQDEwtqZGNsb3VkIHZwbjAeFw0x NzA3MjkxNTQzMzVaFw0yNzA3MjcxNTQzMzVaMDMxCzAJBgNVBAYTAmNuMQ4wDAYD VQQKEwVpbG92ZTEUMBIGA1UEAxMLamRjbG91ZCB2cG4wggEiMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEB AQUAA4IBDwAwggEKAoIBAQCcCRvhZImsZgIGcaR7oG9mNUJHlP3/UvpClPhWraLe m19Vi3oumo8QZTrVDbJgih81lL8djhME7b4uWUdSJgkYw8a0UF2Y1St/17HAU161 /C6ETRCsiMFruiSjbfCiHEpegthm6740CWPk1SShRruIxsXqvPZ584M/SGmnxep+ H+bhT+SshZRsbVlQetf2dDObcEiYqGLTAVpzzhU/X3eBMx2S3Iq41CFAXBQ50vAl q+uUzBss8GEqY9C9FZJthl+0QQbwEGxrDsGB5+VldNfwNZTv3xOf9lYvtYXDZ9iM xeCSMsCOgyvnHWT0xAC7EcM9VLC5o38t8l1MHt9meTp9AgMBAAGjQjBAMA8GA1Ud EwEB/wQFMAMBAf8wDgYDVR0PAQH/BAQDAgEGMB0GA1UdDgQWBBR18mRYIT8/nCJb AwUYb8wc+R3QsTANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQsFAAOCAQEAFaxgrbFWUkX2StkplufJiSTz 73kRgOHGoR2FnGcwK6Jh0BTFPVSxn540WFEhEgqbXOrayg2K49NdNB2HheWGZLMr zHGyEN1oBvYno8muLiWmeP4D3ihC6o99iR+riNaRo43xoYh2ksjetdk/OkbCtSJx FePMC0WHptGeqyhW3XJfwJ1KZGffXBbsqARXVrG2zstvTHe9vi4JoIvUoGPLNAZ9 T6JXDKrHtWpPofVKuCreJkAn4pu2et9OhOgGYCoQrECVPsuWNtxuFVFYWaok4v2V VDqjxrbBG+NdgjQm71vCNayb0gwv0qPkU5YLnY8pqloltN6l4fBqkUEqKvqSwA== -----END CERTIFICATE----- ```

  2. Copy this certificate to the remote client and name it xxx.cert or xxx.cert(Note:Windows need to modify the suffix pem for cer can be installed) example:

  3. Connect vpn it! Open the network settings, create a new IKEv2 protocol VPN, enter the default VPN account and password, or use the custom user that starts the container to connect to VPN.

Create new VPN method is not described here ^_^.

Other Tips

  1. If you want to add VPN users, you can run the following command to enter the container and edit the ipsec.secrets file.
    bash
    # docker exec -it ikev2-vpn bash
    bash-4.3# vi /usr/local/etc/ipsec.secrets
    

Pattern example:
testUserOne %any : EAP "testOnePass"
testUserxxx %any : EAP "testpass"
bash-4.3# ipsec rereadsecrets

Plan list

  • Dynamically generated based on the environment variable (Completed)
  • Support one-click installation (Completed)
  • AAA Integrate Radius provides centralized Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (Completed)
  • Clients can connect without having to install a certificate
  • Support for adding and deleting user functions

Currently supported client device

Only test for the following client device system,You can test on the other system versions and feedback !

Mac
: 10.11.4
iOS
: 10.2
Windows
: 10
Centos
: 6.8
Android
:(Download strongSwan APK)

Authors

Name: aliasmee

Licensing

This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License - see the LICENSE.md file for details

Acknowledgments

https://www.strongswan.org/

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