Policy based routing dd wrt netflix
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I haven’t been by here in a long time. Have you found a solution to your Amazon Prime problem? – The same thing happens to me (also in the UK). Netflix is satisfied with the custom file routing, but Amazon Prime isn’t, and I’ll have to route the IPs to the WAN to address it. It would be best if the problem could be solved without exposing the computer to the internet.
In combination with my smart TVs, I’m having trouble with OpenVPN and VPN policy-based routing. Netflix works when my VPN is attached and I use the two included user files, but Youtube thinks I’m in a different country (makes sense). Youtube and browsing function when I add a policy to remove the TV (static IP) from the tunnel, but Netflix can’t find its servers and won’t link. Although the Netflix app appears to have an internet connection, it is unable to locate any servers.
I had this problem before and solved it by fiddling with the boot timeout function. On the wireguard gui, playing with that setting will still fail. I had to restart the script after this update.
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At home, I have two internet connections: DSL and satellite. The DSL link has a low latency but a low bandwidth (1.5 Mbps); the satellite connection is the polar opposite (good bandwidth, terrible latency). I use them for different things: the DSL link is good for SSH connections and other remote-access situations where latency is significant, while the satellite connection is better for video (Netflix, etc.) where bandwidth is important.
Is there a router that can link these two networks, enabling me to intelligently route traffic through a wide area network? That is, I’d like to describe some rules such as “send all SSH traffic over WAN 1,” “send HTTP traffic over WAN 2,” and so on. I’d like to route based on IP address (“send HTTP to a.b.c.d via WAN 1”), but that would be a nice bonus.
I looked at a couple of dual-WAN routers (the Duolinks SW24 and the Peplink Balance 20), but I’m not sure if they’ll do this. To be clear, I’m not looking for load balancing; instead, I’d like to be able to choose which network specific types of connections link to.
Policy based routing cisco part 2
I’m using an Asus AC87U with the asus wrt-merlin firmware and an openVPN client. I’ve used split tunneling to get Amazon Prime outside of the VPN, and I’d like to do the same for Netflix (not bothered about geolocation, but I do want the rest of the traffic to go through the vpn so I can use BBC Iplayer among other things). Rerouting Amazon was simple since there were only two IP ranges to reroute, but Netflix has somewhere around 127 IP ranges to reroute. Is there a script I can run, or any other way I can reroute Netflix traffic outside the VPN while keeping all else running through the VPN, since there is a cap of 100 rules with my current setup? ten remark 100 percentsavehidereportsavehidereportsavehidereportsa Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.
Eoip fun: two handy uses for ethernet over ip tunnel
Although most wifi routers do not come with VPN support built-in, many routers’ firmware can be substituted with one that does. DD-WRT is probably the most common router firmware for this. DD-WRT is a Linux-based free and open-source solution that supports a wide range of third-party wireless routers. Most DD-WRT distributions enable users to configure OpenVPN server connections directly from the router, among other things. Some VPN providers offer pre-configured DD-WRT routers, saving you the trouble of setting it up yourself.