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ASUS router stock firmware OpenVPN working.

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DiveIT
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ASUS router stock firmware OpenVPN working.

Postby DiveIT » Sat Mar 04, 2017 8:25 am

I have an ASUS RT-AC68U and could not get the OpenVPN client to work and I finally got it going and wanted to share until they fix it. The username field is limited to 64 characters so the whole SHA512 will not fit.If you right click on the field and select inspect element you can manually change this so it will save and connect.
Change:

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<input type="text" maxlength="64" name="vpnc_openvpn_username" value="" class="input_32_table" style="float:left;" autocomplete="off" autocorrect="off" autocapitalize="off">

To:

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<input type="text" maxlength="128" name="vpnc_openvpn_username" value="" class="input_32_table" style="float:left;" autocomplete="off" autocorrect="off" autocapitalize="off">

If you are having issues here is the basic HOWTO for the ASUS Router.

Open VPN Client and create a new connection.

Convert your key to the SHA-512 (https://cryptostorm.is/sha512.html)
So your username would be something like: c41d9dfe789b8881c165e50f035aad1f286f88f2b33d97d10c198a4df37ae16f756f8a6b3520f2899eb19c321ef357e3fccaf6af627527c10b7cce9af7be4dc9

in Import ovpn, click browse, select file and import.
Your ovpn file should resemble this:
client

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dev tun
resolv-retry 16
remote linux-useast.cryptostorm.net 443 tcp
remote linux-useast.cryptostorm.nu 443 tcp
remote linux-useast.cryptostorm.org 443 tcp
remote linux-useast.cstorm.pw 443 tcp
nobind
comp-lzo
down-pre
reneg-sec 0
hand-window 17
verb 4
auth-user-pass
ns-cert-type server
auth SHA512
cipher AES-256-CBC
tls-cipher TLS-DHE-RSA-WITH-AES-256-CBC-SHA
tls-client
key-method 2

Click Import the CA file or edit the .ovpn file manually.
Browse to the CS CA cert and select upload.

Click ok, and activate, Make sure you have your sha-512 as the username and leave the password blank

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Edited for better formatting

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