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I have configured pfSense using one of the guides and the connection is working fine over port 443. However, I've learnt that it is better to use tls-crypt over TCP from my location and I was wondering what changes would I need to make to pfSense for this. Also, the speed right now is already a tad bit slow (comparing to to PIA that I am also testing). I am based in Dubai and connecting to the new UK/Manchester server. Does anyone have epxerience with a faster server? 

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If you can use tls-crypt over UDP that will likely give you better speed than TCP.  What port you use is up to you.

 

You'll need to use the tls-crypt key from a config for entry IP 3 or 4, be sure to use the correct entry IP address too, change the key usage mode to TLS encryption and authentication, and change the auth digest algorithm to SHA512.

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If you can use tls-crypt over UDP that will likely give you better speed than TCP.  What port you use is up to you.

 

You'll need to use the tls-crypt key from a config for entry IP 3 or 4, be sure to use the correct entry IP address too, change the key usage mode to TLS encryption and authentication, and change the auth digest algorithm to SHA512.

 

Thanks! Will tls-crypt over UDP be as undetectable as it would be over TCP?

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