Your IP: 18.104.22.168 • ISP: Amazon.com, Inc. • Your Status: Unprotected
Tomato router is intended to be flashed onto a compatible wireless router to replace the vendor’s standard firmware. Tomato firmware, like DD-WRT, is designed to be installed on a variety of wireless routers. This is a tutorial on setting up OysterVPN using OpenVPN connection on your Tomato Router. But also keep in mind that you meet the following requirements:
Follow the below steps to set up OysterVPN on Tomato router:
Start with WAN: Checked;
Interface Type: TUN;
Protocol: UDP or TCP;
Server Address: Enter the hostname of the server you wish to connect to from the list of OysterVPN servers.
Port: 1194 if you selected UDP or 1443 for TCP connection;
Authorization mode: TLS;
Username/Password Authentication: Checked;
Username: Your OysterVPN Service username.
Password: Your OysterVPN Service password.
Username Authen. Only: Unchecked;
Extra HMAC authorization (tls-auth): Outgoing (1);
Create NAT on tunnel: Checked.
Poll interval: 0;
Redirect Internet traffic: Checked;
Accept DNS configuration: Strict;
Encryption cipher: None;
TLS Renegotiation Time: -1;
Connection retry: -1;
Verify server certificate (tls-remote): Unchecked;
Make sure to include
—–BEGIN OpenVPN Static key V1—– and —–END OpenVPN Static key V1—– lines as well.
Enter the text from <ca> to </ca> block in the Certificate Authority.
Make sure to include —–BEGIN CERTIFICATE—– and —–END CERTIFICATE—– lines.
Done, now you have successfully set up OysterVPN using OpenVPN connection on your Tomato Router.