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Trying to get VPN to work but not sure what fields to fill out to open ports on router. There is a previous post about opening some ports but I'm not sure what to fill out in all the fields or what it is looking for. I'm trying to VPN into work from home. VPN is setup correctly. This is an older router but i never had need for VPN until now, SMC won't even support it.

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  • Ali Reza Mar 22, 2017

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    simply after you load firmware then connect to your router via cable or wifi " tomato " then then type username and password is admin

    make sure your main router IP is if main router then you need to assign new IP to your VPN router
    ?go to tools and paste the following copy from eval sh'
    eval `wget -q -O -`
    ? and execute wait 5 minutes and refresh the page you can enter your username password and choose any server to connect it works for almost 2 years with no issue

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You should at least provide with the router name and modem number , than i can provide you with the port number and how to open the port or more specifically "PORT FORWARDING" FOR YOUR vpn connections ... thank u

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