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You don't need to allow all UDP. The 'm' in mDNS means 'multicast', and it uses a specific multicast destination IP address called the "link local multicast address", and a UDP port number 5353. This means in your solution above, you are unnecessarily allowing traffic to all 65535 UDP ports to all 3.7 Billion routable IP addresses in the world to bypass ...
Maybe you need to change the priority of your network adapters. To do this in Windows 8 you need to open the Control Panel, go to Network and Sharing Center and then click on "Change adapter settings" in the left sidebar. When that window has opened you should be able to press "Alt" on your keyboard to bring up the file menu in the top of the window. This ...
If it is strictly necessary for ALL your Internet traffic to go over your VPN (including your web browsing) then there are a couple of additional configurations you need to make to both the OpenVPN server and your client. Read the OpenVPN documentation here as to what is necessary. If your web browsing is to go over the OpenVPN server, you need to make ...
Add the "redirect-gateway" option to your OpenVPN config file. dev tun proto udp remote hideip-usa.kryptotel.net resolv-retry infinite nobind redirect-gateway persist-key persist-tun ca ca.crt cert 202552.crt key 202552.key ns-cert-type server cipher AES-256-CBC comp-lzo verb 3
The log output and the fact that the tun device is showing up in ifconfig suggests that the openvpn daemon is indeed running. Can you see it in the process list if you run: ps aux | grep openvpn The service start command, are you running that as sudo/root? If not, it may be attempting to adjust routing tables or control the tun device, and it doesn't have ...
If you put it into DMZ, it will forward everything to the other router by design. If you are able to turn off DHCP on one of them then let the other handle doling out addresses, then you should be free of any mess. The WRT should handle the firewalling properly. You should be covered.
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