VPN Router Setup Tomato - Tutorial

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Install SpyOFF
Surf anonymously
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Open the administrative interface of Tomato in your browser over Then click "VPN Tunneling" and "OpenVPN Client" in the sidebar.

Start the setup
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Enter the following settings:

Please note: Enter the server of your choice at "ServerAddress". As the "port" you can also use 1194.

Start with WAN: Set a check mark
Interface Type: TUN
Protocol: TCP
Server Address/Port: fra-s01.spyoff.com / 443
Firewall: Automatic
Authorization Mode: TLS
Username/Password Authentification: Set a check mark
Username: Enter your user name
Password: Enter your password
Username Authen. Only: Set a checkmark
Extra HMAC authorization (tls-auth): Disabled
Create NAT on tunnel: Set a checkmark
Continue the setup
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Make the following changes:

Redirect Internet traffic: Set a checkmark
Accept DNS Configuration: Strict
Encryption cipher: AES-256-CBC
Compression: Adaptive
TLS Renegotiation Time: -1
Connection Retry: 30
Verify server certificate: Set a checkmark
Common Name: fra-s01.spyoff.com
Custom Configuration: resolv-retry infinite
verb 3
auth SHA256
keysize 256
tls-cipher DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA

Please note: At "Common Name" enter the server address of your choice. Remember to save your settings by clicking on "Save".

Enter the certificate
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Download the file with the config-files and unpack it. Then open the file "ca.spyoff.com" with a text editor of your choice and copy the complete content. Then paste it into the "Certificate Authority" field under the "Keys" tab.

Please note: Be sure to save your settings by clicking "Save".

Start the OpenVPN Service
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After you have made all the settings, it´s time to start OpenVPN. To do this, please click on the "Start Now" button in the "Keys" tab.

Please note: Have some patience - it can take quite a few moments until the OpenVPN service starts.

Restart the Router
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Make sure your router starts with OpenVPN. Click on "Reboot" in the sidebar and confirm the reboot by clicking on "OK". Wait while your router reboots.

Please note: While restarting the router, you may need to click "Continue" to continue the boot process.

Check your connection
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Now, check to see if your router works with OpenVPN. Open the option "OpenVPN Client" via the sidebar "VPN Tunneling". Then click on the "Status" tab. Now pay attention to the transferred bytes. This number should increase continuously. If this is the case, you have your router set up perfectly and can now surf anonymously at any time!