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  1. Hello, I have a problem that I can not understand. I explain you my infra Router sysnology with the VPN airvpn configured on it in openVPN In my LAN, a synology with several services like plex or bitwarden I configured ports from my client interface with airvpn with dyndns and it works well for example toto.airdns.org: 123456 goes well on my DSM service on my synology on the port 5001 so the routes are good. Now I have a domain name of my own that I would like to use to connect to my synology without having to put the airvpn address, so I can make a CNAM alias toto.airdns.org => toto.mydomain.com but I can't put the port. So it doesn't work. I tried to change the port configuration on the airvpn platform in "internal ports" to port 443 (ports used in https) and I did the same route as for port 123456 but it does not work, the service always responds on port 123456 but not on port 443 A good soul could help me? Thank you in advance. Yop
  2. Hi, I'd like to be connected to a VPN all the time, but on the other hand want to expose some services to the WAN. My current Setup is follows NAS --> Asus Router running OpenVPN Client with Port Fwds to NAS --> ISP Router/Modem with Asus Router in DMZ --> Air VPN ---/ /--> WAN 192.168.2.2 192.168.2.1 Local: 192.168.1.1 / WAN: 88.88.22.88 Public WAN VPN Shared IP: 66.66.22.66 Now for example I want to expose a Service on my NAS running on 443/https (TCP) Without considering VPN: Request to 88.88.22.88:443ISP Router has Asus Router in DMZ so everything will be forwarded to 192.168.2.1Asus Router has a Port Fwd. Rule for Port 443 -> 192.168.2.2NAS responses to requestWith VPN and VPN Port Forwarding: Find out whats my public ip (eg. 66.66.22.66)Set a port foward in Air VPN Config from e.g. 2048 to 443 (TCP)So for public request I need to use url: 66.66.22.66:2048 which will be resolved to 88.88.22.88:443 and the same happens as described aboveWith VPN and AirVPN DynDNS: Set a port foward in Air VPN Config from e.g. 2048 to 443 (TCP) and DynDNS Name "myservice"Wait at least 1hrequest to myservice.airdns.org should dynamically resolve to 66.66.22.66:2048 in this instance which resolves to 88.88.22.88:443 and the same happens as described above No the problem is this does not seem to work. Please enlighten me if Im thinking wrong here. I pretty sure my setup is ok from the ISP router on since it worked before VPN, also in the AirVPN Port Fwd config I get a green light for at least 1 of my port fwds (not sure why that exactly) Edit: Ok from what I understand the UI Port Fwd only affects income WAN request NOT incomming VPN request (see here: http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=642122) so I need to manually add iptables rules for vpn (tun1) port forwarding
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