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NFO VPN On Nighthawk X6 R8000

Discussion in 'Networking' started by iDon, Jul 5, 2018.

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  1. iDon

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    Hello all, I have a Nighthawk X6 8000 with Kong’s DD-WRT. I also have a NFO server running a VPN with Softether software to run the VPN on the server. Now what I want to do is have my VPN run through my router so all devices can connect to the VPN. When I first installed the software it created a .ovpn file, and inside there’s the info I need to input on the DD-WRT router but some how is not connecting. Any help would be gladly appreciated, thanks in advance.
     
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    can you see these 4 files on C:\Programfiles\OpenVPN\config\ ca.crt client.crt client client3.ovpn if yes, try to open client3, then check if you can see an IP address. It should be your public IP address or your DynDNS. If private IP, either you set your modem/router to bridge mode or do port forwarding.
     
  3. iDon

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    um, that would be for a computer, if the vpn would be installed on a computer on which thats not my case, my vpn is on a managed hosted linux server.
     
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