For maximum control, you can always configure OpenVPN on your DD-WRT router. However, if you are not sure how to make this possible, here is what you need to do:
Things to Consider:
First, you need to download all OpenVPN files. Once downloaded, extract the files.
1Open your DDWRT Control Panel and Select ‘Services’ then go to VPN tab and Enable ‘OpenVPN Client’
2 Insert the following info:
3 Insert the following info:
Note: For some Disabling NAT gives error MANAGEMENT: Client connected from [AF_INET]127.0.0.1:16 so Enable NAT then try again
4 Now, click on the Security Tab at the top menu bar. Select Firewall tab and go to SPI firewall and disable the option. Once again, click on ‘Save’ and ‘Apply settings’
5 Now, click on the “Administration” tab and select the ‘Command’ tab. Enter the following script in command box:
echo -e “purevpn username\npurevpn passwrord” > /tmp/user.txt
OR use alternate script
echo username >> /tmp/user.txt
echo password >> /tmp/user.txt
/usr/sbin/openvpn –config /tmp/openvpncl/openvpn.conf –route-up /tmp/openvpncl/route-up.sh –down-pre /tmp/openvpncl/route-down.sh –daemon
There are some changes that you need to make in text box such as:
Change PureVPN username with the actual username provided to you by PureVPN.
Change the PureVPN password with the actual password provided to you by PureVPN.
In the end, click on ‘Save Startup’
6Now, click on ‘Management Tab’ go to the bottom and click on ‘Save’ and then ‘Apply settings’. You need to reboot your router, once the router reboots, open the control panel and click on ‘Status’ and select ‘OpenVPN’. You can see your VPN status from this window.
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