Connect from DD-WRT with OpenVPN

Access the Administration tab on your router inside Startup Commands (Steps may vary slightly from firmware to firmware)
Enter each command on a seperate line:
  1. echo username >> /tmp/passwd.txt

  1. echo password >> /tmp/passwd.txt

  1. /usr/bin/killall openvpn

  1. /usr/sbin/openvpn --config /tmp/openvpncl/openvpn.conf --route-up /tmp/openvpncl/route-up.sh --down-pre /tmp/openvpncl/route-down.sh --daemon

Access your routers VPN tab inside Services
Enable the routers OpenVPN Client.
Set your routers Server IP to any of our servers
Use Port to 443.
For Tunnel Device use TUN.
For Tunnel Protocol to TCP.
For Encryption Cipher use Blowfish CBC (Default).
For Hash Algorithm use SHA1.
Set nsCertType to unchecked.
Advanced Options Enabled.
Use LZO Compression to Enable.
Set routers NAT to Enable.
Inside Additional Config enter the following:
  1. auth-user-pass /tmp/passwd.txt

  1. persist-key

  1. persist-tun

Copy and paste contents of <ca> </ca> from your desired server into the CA cert field. You can download smrhosting configs and edit the .ovpn file of your desired server.
Connect to the VPN (Please note that your exact setup steps may differ)
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