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OpenWRT + VPN (openvpn) + doh (dnscrypt-proxy)

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cheesecake
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OpenWRT + VPN (openvpn) + doh (dnscrypt-proxy)

Post by cheesecake » Wed Jun 26, 2019 7:46 pm

Hello,

Question: Is it useful to use a vpn (openvpn) on router (openWRT) + doh (dnscrypt-proxy) ?

EDIT : Router Turris Omnia under OpenWRT.

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parityboy
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Re: OpenWRT + VPN (openvpn) + doh (dnscrypt-proxy)

Post by parityboy » Sun Jul 07, 2019 1:07 am

@OP

It's always useful to run a VPN on a router, since it saves having to run a VPN client on every Internet-accessing device. DNSCrypt is the cherry on top if you can get it working. :)


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Re: OpenWRT + VPN (openvpn) + doh (dnscrypt-proxy)

Post by chrispeddler » Tue Jul 16, 2019 2:32 pm

It is. Specially if you are in a place that wouldn't allow access to usual websites you visit. I think you have a good formula using your router with DNSCrypt to protect your personal data.

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