Configure a static IP so that you will always be assigned the same VPN IP address based on your username
Open your router at 192.168.0.1 (or whichever gateway you're using)
Administration > System > Enable SSH > LAN only
Open SSH client of choice
Windows: Use Windows Powershell
Mac: Use Terminal
SSH into router by typing the following command (change your username to whichever you use when logging in, and IP address to your default gateway)
Enter your password when prompted
Create a scripts folder in /jffs/scripts
cd ../../../jffs; mkdir scripts; cd scripts;
Create new file clientconnect.sh
cat > clientconnect.sh
Enter this script: (explanation later)
#!/bin/bash if [ "$username" = "test" ]; then echo "ifconfig-push 10.8.0.18 10.8.0.17" >>$1 elif [ "$username" = "test2" ]; then echo "ifconfig-push 10.8.0.22 10.8.0.21" >>$1 fi
Save by pressing Enter, then Ctrl-D
Verify that the script has been saved. You should see the full code.
Grant execution permissions
chmod +x clientconnect.sh
VPN > OpenVPN > VPN Details > Advanced Settings
Enter this code under "Custom Configurations"
script-security 2 --client-connect /jffs/scripts/clientconnect.sh
Create two OpenVPN users
User 1: test
User 2: test2
Connect to OpenVPN with both accounts using your OpenVPN client of choice
You should be connected to 10.8.0.18 with test, and 10.8.0.22 with test2
If you wish to add more users, simply copy the "elif then echo" block and change the IP address and username.
#!/bin/bash if [ "$username" = "test" ]; then echo "ifconfig-push 10.8.0.18 10.8.0.17" >>$1 elif [ "$username" = "test2" ]; then echo "ifconfig-push 10.8.0.22 10.8.0.21" >>$1 elif [ "$username" = "test3" ]; then echo "ifconfig-push 10.8.0.26 10.8.0.25" >>$1 elif [ "$username" = "test4" ]; then echo "ifconfig-push 10.8.0.30 10.8.0.29" >>$1 fi
The first IP can only be in multiples of 4 + 2 (18,22,26,30...), while the second IP must be one number lower than the first (17,21,25,29...)
I suggest not to use lower IPs to avoid collisions as OpenVPN will assign lower numbers first. (OpenVPN starts from 10.8.0.6)
If you wish to change the username, simply replace 'test' or 'test2' with the username of your choice.
Adaptive Loading is a pattern for delivering a fast core experience to all users (including low-end devices) where you progressively add high-end-only features, if a user's network and hardware can handle it