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How to setup OpenVPN On Tomato with TorGuard (Older Build)

This tutorial will guide you through setting up TorGuard VPN Service on a Tomato Router.

To begin, we assume your router has already been flashed with the latest version of tomato firmware. To Purchase a pre-flashed router already setup with your VPN account please visit the TorGuard store.

Step 1

Access your tomato router at the default IP: http://192.168.1.1/

Next, proceed to Administration > Scripts and enter the following commands:

echo USERNAME > /tmp/userpass.conf
echo PASSWORD >> /tmp/userpass.conf
chmod 600 /tmp/userpass.conf

Replace USERNAME with your TorGuard VPN username and PASSWORD with your TorGuard VPN password.

Press “Save

 
Step 2

Now login to your client area and look under My Servers and choose a server hostname you would like to connect to.

Proceed to VPN Tunneling > Client > Basic

Enter the following information:

Start with WAN: Check

Interface Type: TUN

Protocol: Choose TCP or UDP (Depending on ovpn, for this example UDP)

Server IP address/Port: Enter the hostname of your choice from under My Servers.

Port: For UDP enter 443 and for TCP 443

Firewall: Automatic

Authentication mode: TLS

Extra HMAC Authorisation: Disabled

Create NAT on tunnel: check

PRESS SAVE

Step 3

Next, proceed to VPN Tunneling > Client > Advanced

Use the following settings:

Poll interval: 0

Redirect traffic: Uncheck

Accept DNS configuration: Strict

Encryption cipher: Use Default

Compression: Adaptive

TSL Regeneration Time: -1

Connection retry: 30 (or you may set -1 for infinite)

In Custom Configuration please paste the following:

persist-key
persist-tun
tls-client
comp-lzo
verb 1
ns-cert-type server
auth-user-pass /tmp/userpass.conf

 
PRESS SAVE

Step 4

Next, please proceed to VPN Tunneling > Client > Keys

In Certificate Authority, paste the contents of TG CA Certificate located here - paste ALL contents into the certificate authority box. 

PRESS SAVE 

Step 5

Congrats, your Tomato router is configured for OpenVPN with TorGuard.

You can now proceed to VPN Tunneling > Client > Status

Simply press the “Start Now” button to connect.

To Disconnect, press the “Stop Now” button as seen below:

 


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