Does this version support any way, even manually, to add a password requirement to the certificate requirement for OpenVPN server?
The problem with just a certificate is that anyone who gets hold of the credentials package (which includes the cert, ovpn, etc) can "login" to OpenVPN server.
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@shm0, a follow-up or two on this if you don't mind, as I try to understand the ramifications. I only started wondering about all this after noting that the DNS order as listed on the Connection/Basic page and /etc/config/network do not agree with what's shown on the Status page. Just to get this ou...
It's for if you're stuck with the WNDR3800CH running Charter factory firmware.kuss wrote:Hi Peeps was just going to test out the new FW on my wndr3800 and noticed that there are 2 types? 1 with CH and other with out, whats CH mean?
Are you talking about the v2? Did you ever figure out what was going on? I know historically there's been an issue with this, but I thought 1.9.1 supported it.tapper wrote:flashed my c7 and had no 5 ghz had to go back to last 1.9.x
- Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:08 pm
- Forum: Other Issues
- Topic: Problems with VPN PPTP Server on Gargoyle 1.8.0
- Replies: 3
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Is it working in the latest release?
- Sun Apr 05, 2015 3:53 pm
- Forum: News
- Topic: Version 1.7.1 - Guest Network Support
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Since Gargoyle has OpenWRT underneath, the latest Gargoyle builds are on Barrier Breaker, which only has 2.4 GHZ support. If you need 5GHZ, you need to use OpenWRT trunk (newest) which is called Chaos Calmer, and you will have to build it yourself. Could be quite a while before it's fully supported...
- Sun Dec 15, 2013 1:04 am
- Forum: Network / Wireless Issues
- Topic: WNDR3700v2 w/ 1.5.11 - Can't Get Ports to Forward
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Meller74, I doubt that's the problem, as I've never known that to be a requirement for port forwarding on any ROM. More likely he simply has made .2 a static assignment, in which case you don't want it in the DHCP range.