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Thorhax

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  1. Thank you very much, I'll give it a try once I get some time, and post on how it went.
  2. DDWRT on v2 is only for the American version of the router, unfortunately mine is from Canada
  3. DDNS was no problem to get setup, but setting up open vpn on the router itself was another issue. I'm using a TP-Link Archer C5 v2. with the stock firmware version 3.17.1 unfortunately this router doesn't support DDWRT or else I'd put that on it. Setting up openvpn on the raspberry pi3 was no problem, but ummm I'm kind of at a loss where I should go from here. Any advice is much appreciated, this is a really good learning experience for me.
  4. I got a new one for you. I'd like to use Pi-Hole outside my home network but... I'm in a bit of a bind. I'm trying to setup a vpn on my raspberry pi 3 b+ using DietPi, however my network topography is unusual and cannot be changed. I'm living in Japan and the way I get internet is controlled by the building management company. basically it's: ISP->building wide router->my apartment single Ethernet jack built right into the wall->My personal router->my devices so I got the ISP IP 238.blah.blah.blah->building router 192.168.blah.blah->my personal router->192.168.1.blah->my devices(including the Pi) My Ip address seems to be static into the building, but from there I can't control anything until it gets to my person router. This seems like an impossible situation
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