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  1. #1
    Untanglit
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    Default openvpn and ipsec

    I like roasted if ipsec openvpn supports and if possible create vpn with linksys router


    greeting

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    Untangle Ninja gotkimchi's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forums. Currently, the OpenVPN does not support IPsec. It supports ssl.
    to be understood, you must first understand. :)
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  3. #3
    Untanglit
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    VPNs have several linksys with each other, I would like to use Untangle but I do not like to invest in computers if I already have the linksys, is there any option to do this?

    greetings

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    If those routers can be flashed to DD-WRT you might be able to get it to work. DD-Wrt has an OpenVPN feature.

    However, I don't know of anyone that has gotten it to work. All I've seen are threads asking for help and no resolution.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
    NexgenAppliances.com
    Phone: 866-794-8879 x201
    Email: support@nexgenappliances.com

  5. #5
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    If the routers can run TomatoVPN you can use that. I currently have a test router successfully connecting to an Untangle box.

    About to flash a second and configure it... If I can get it working first try I'm going to declare the project a success.

    I had a link working (mostly) under DD-wrt, as well. The only thing with that is that you have to manually script it to drop the VPN connection, reconfigure the config file it creates, then restart the vpn connection. It won't let you select the cipher used, and the default cipher won't work with untangle.

    Using this method I was able to get the router to maintain communication with the network behind Untangle, but I hadn't gotten the routing working properly. Fortunately, I stumbled upon TomatoVPN which has better support for OpenVPN configuration... I didn't have to configure anything outside of the Web Interface at all.

    I'm using a WRT54GL and WRT54G V3 for testing.

    Hah... Forum won't let me post the link:

    tomatovpn-dot-keithmoyer-dot-com

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    Untangle Ninja
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmclaughlin View Post
    ........TomatoVPN.......
    Thanks man, I have a bunch of Tomato's running, some with UT's in bridge behind them, one is a multi node wds, but I always wished he'd had vpn and didn't know this was out.

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