AX-1800/AXT-1800 V2Ray/vmess


I followed this link to setup a vpn server and I can get connected through it from my laptop.

However, I would like to have the router becoming the client and connecting to the vpn server, so that all my network is behind it without further configuration.

Can someone please share a way to do this on either AX-1800 or AXT-1800?

Unfortunately, Ovpn and Wireguard are no longer options in Turkey, as recently speeds have been reduced to like 8 Mbps.

@bring.fringe18 I just like to ping you for VPN stuff :sunglasses:

Ugh… you’re not doing me any favors here. I was going to setup WG+Stunnel to defeat hostile networks but this looks quite tempting. It’s not in the GL feeds for OWRT 21.02. @peixotorms , you’ll have to add the repo feeds:

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Thanks, but I must be missing something. I already tried that, and it installs and I can start the server… but, my devices in the LAN are all still with my WAN IP, not the proxy IP. How do I redirect them to use the connected servers?

Can you confirm your VRay Server is tunnelling traffic properly by first proxying a web browser on your PC?

Yes, there is no problem running it from chrome. I even setup a separate ubuntu server as a client to the final vpn server and exposed it as a socks5 server, also works fine.

After starting the server in the router, is it supposed to automatically route everyone in the lan?

After starting the daemon/process that’s supposed the be the Vray Client, I have no idea how it sets up the routes, if any, for your LAN → OpenWrt router (VRayA) → Vray Server → Public Internet… but it looks like it requires some manual configuration:

I tried that one as well, from what I understood it’s mostly a list that will define which routes will be routed and which ones will be direct. I tried a few domains as proxy, some others as direct… no difference, so probably something else might be needed.

Well, if anyone in the future knows how to do this, please update.


Did you ever find the solution?