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  1. #1
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    Default Binding OpenVPN to WAN

    Hi,
    I'm a home user who has just bought Untangle and hardware on the say-so of a friend who said it can do everything I want and that it's better than pfsense. I'm from the Linux world, Debian, LMDE, CentOS, Manjaro and so forth and have never paid for software so US$200 is like a million bucks Aussie (yep Australian) as far as I'm concerned. Yes I appreciate the value I'm just from the open source world.

    So... the point, I'm now reading all the fine print, the wiki, playing with the live demo, searching the forum and I can't see how to bind an OpenVPN client to a WAN. Which to me is the most logical thing in the world to do. What am I missing? Please tell me I'm a stupid Aussie looking in the wrong places.

    My (needed) setup is one internal LAN two external WAN each with an OpenVPN client bound to it. Each VPN points to a (same) commercial VPN provider with the same IP address target. I also need to selectively route WAN vs VPN device traffic that needs public IP access internally, port forwarding etc. And the two VPN's which is 99.99% of all traffic must be load balanced.

    And hopefully a minor clarification - the wiki etc speaks of generating & importing zip config files into client. What of the standard ovpn file provided by commercial VPN providers?

    Thanks, I hope.

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    You need to use TunnelVPN to connect your Untangle to a VPN provider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    You need to use TunnelVPN to connect your Untangle to a VPN provider.
    OK, I can see how to set up the VPN provider and tunnel traffic rules but how do I make each tunnel go down separate WAN?

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    Untangler jcoffin's Avatar
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