Hi all, first of all thanks to the devs, Tomato is very nice. I came from DD-WRT and haven't looked back. (Just add SNMP and multiple SSID's and it'll be great ;-))
So, I bought a months subscription to btguards VPN-service, just to see if I could get it to work on the router (WRT320N) and learn a little about VPN along the way. The VPN tunnel works just fine if I set it up with windows 7's built-in VPN-client.
I looked at the instructions for connecting with OpenVPN on linux at the site, and through some trial and error (mostly the username and password-related stuff) I can get the router to connect (at least it claims it does), but clients lose all internet-connection. I cannot ping anything on the internet-side from either connected computers or the router.
This is my config so far:
I have downloaded a certificate, which is placed in the root of /jffs, and the username and password are stored in a file called vpnpass, also in /jffs.
This is what I have in "VPN Client Configuration/Client 1/Advanved/Custom configuration" (it is most likely complety messed up, I'm a complete VPN-noob):
remote eu.vpn.btguard.com 1194
Has anybody got any tips on how to connect properly to btguard VPN via Tomato? And shouldn't there really be a username and password-field in the GUI somewhere?
Oh, btw, I connect to my ISP w/PPPoE through a bridged ADSL-modem.
Thanks in advance.