To set up a VPN connection on your ASUS router, first log into the router’s web interface and go to the “VPN” section. From there, click on “Add Profile” and select “OpenVPN” as the type of VPN. Then, enter the IP address of the VPN server that you want to connect to and enter your username and password (if required). Once you’ve saved the profile, click on “Connect” to establish the connection.
Before we get started, please note that you will need to have an active VPN subscription in order to follow this guide. Additionally, you will also need to know the IP address of your Asus router as well as the login credentials (username and password).
With that being said, let’s get started
The first thing you need to do is log into your Asus router’s web interface. Once logged in, look for the “VPN” section (usually under “Advanced Settings” or “Advanced Features”).
Click on the “VPN Client” tab and then click on the “+ Add Profile” button.
On the next page, select the “OpenVPN” tab and then enter in all of the required information for your VPN connection. This includes; Protocol (UDP or TCP), Server Address, Port Number, Username/Password Authentication type, Certificate Authority (CA), and Encryption Cipher.
Select all of the options for AES-128-bit encryption cipher and 2048-bit key size for both Data Encryption and Control Channel Encryption if they are available. If not, leave them disabled but make sure that other settings match what is shown below. After all of your information has been entered click on the “Apply” button to save your changes.) Next locate these fields: Redirect Internet Traffic – Enable Delay TUN/TAP Restart – 10 seconds And fill out like so: Redirect Internet Traffic: Enable Delay TUN/TAP Restart: 10 seconds Underneath those check these two options are checked off: Use Default Gateway On Remote Network Allow Local LAN Access Last step here is at bottom under DNS Setting uncheck everything so it looks like this when finished hitting apply at bottom.: DNS Setting: Disable All Unchecked That’s it! You have now added profile with basic settings we recommend saving by clickingprofilesbutton at top then name it something easy to remember like “Blocked” Click Ok once complete To finish go ahead hitconnectbutton that appears after profile has been created one last time and give it about 30-60 seconds should connect automatically.”
First, log into your router’s web interface and go to the WAN tab. From there, select the “Use a VPN Client” option.
Next, you’ll need to choose which protocol you want to use for your VPN connection. For most people, OpenVPN will be the best choice. However, if you’re using a public Wi-Fi network or have any other security concerns, you may want to consider using L2TP/IPSec instead.
Once you’ve selected your protocol, enter in the information for your VPN server. This will include the IP address or hostname of the server, as well as any applicable login credentials. If everything is entered correctly, click “Connect” to establish your VPN connection.
And that’s it! Once connected, all of your internet traffic will be routed through the VPN server . You can verify this by checking your IP address – it should now reflect the address of the server instead of your own. Enjoy enhanced privacy and security online!
One of the first things you’ll need to do is decide which protocol you want to use for your VPN connection. The two most common protocols are PPTP and L2TP/IPSec. We recommend using L2TP/IPSec, as it’s more secure than PPTP.
Once you’ve decided on a protocol, you’ll need to gather some information from your VPN provider. This includes the IP address or hostname of the server you’ll be connecting to, as well as your username and password.
With all of that information in hand, open up the web interface for your router and head over to the “VPN” section. From here, select “Add Profile” and enter in all of the information you gathered from your VPN provider. Be sure to select “L2TP/IPSec” as the type of connection.
Once everything is filled out, save the profile and then head back over to the main “VPN” page. Here, you’ll see your new profile listed under “Current Profile”. Select it and then click on “Connect”. Your router will now attempt to connect to your VPN server. If everything goes well, you should see a message indicating that the connection was successful!
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