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OpenVPN and TOR on VAP in a DD-WRT Router?

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Hi,

 

I have searched a lot to achieve this. I am looking for a comprehensive step by step (being a novice in this area) to setup a separate Virtual Access point in a DD-WRT router which uses OpenVPN and TOR (This feature is available in latest version of DD-WRT) at the same time. Also I want to ensure that any traffic goes through this VAP only if OpenVPN is up and running. I want to have OpenVPN on port 443 (TCP) due to aggressive DPI by local ISPs for VoIP.

 

Looking to hear from experts

 

I have gone through some guides (no.1 and no.2) but these aren't completely covered or not most relevant.

 

 

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Hello!

 

Have you acquired router hardware which can handle OpenVPN?


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I have gone through some guides (no.1 and no.2) but these aren't completely covered or not most relevant.

 

And the AirVPN guide?


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Hi,

 

I have searched a lot to achieve this. I am looking for a comprehensive step by step (being a novice in this area) to setup a separate Virtual Access point in a DD-WRT router which uses OpenVPN and TOR (This feature is available in latest version of DD-WRT) at the same time. Also I want to ensure that any traffic goes through this VAP only if OpenVPN is up and running. I want to have OpenVPN on port 443 (TCP) due to aggressive DPI by local ISPs for VoIP.

 

Looking to hear from experts

 

I have gone through some guides (no.1 and no.2) but these aren't completely covered or not most relevant.

 

Hi kahost,

 

sorry for bringing this up again, but I have a similar issue. Did you manage to get a solution for this?

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