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Ubuntu VPN hotspot

Hello guys,

 

I've been trying to setup a VPN hotspot on my RaspberryPi 4 (running Ubuntu 20.04 LTS) but no success so far. My RaspberryPi is connected via its own integrated wifi to the router, from where it gets internet connection. I have an IpV**ish VPN tunnel set-up & can successfully connect to it. I have purchased a usb wifi adapter which I'd like to use to "beam" the IpV**ish VPN connection. Is this possible, and if so, what's the easiest way to do it?

 

My current attempt:

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Your help would be greatly appreciated!

Cheers!

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Normally those usb wifi adapters make very bad hot spots, id probably just get a access point for much better wifi. 

 

Or just get a router that can do this for you, a lot simpler to setup.

 

But can you get the hotspot to work without the vpn? Here is a guide https://www.linuxhowto.info/how-to-create-wi-fi-hotspot-on-linux/

 

Then just setup some routing between the 2 wifis and the vpn.

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