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Hi,

I haven't posted in a while, but i've always found the people on this forum to be very helpful and supportive.

I have an OpenVpn server which also has Tor installed.

I am wondering, just for curiosity purposes is there any way to route all the traffic coming to the server through the VPN over Tor so it would look like this

Client ---> OpenVpn Server -----> Tor ------> internet.

I assume this is possible but im only just learning about ip routes so was looking for a bit of guidance.

If anyone could help that would be great. I've found a few similar things on other forums but im not sure they are achieving exactly what i want, and i don't understand the  routing commands enough to change it to suit my needs.

 

Many Thanks

David

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So, I don't have a tutorial for that device specifically but this should help get you started. https://learn.adafruit.com/onion-pi/overview

Specifically what will be changed is the iptables commands from "wlan0" to "tun0" of whatever your vpn interface is. I don't know your overall goal of doing this but in most cases I think you would be better off with a regular vpn subscription. You can even do computer -> your hosted vpn -> vpn provider -> internet to increase the number of devices you can have on your subscription and have a overall better experience.

Hope that helps :)

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On 2/2/2018 at 1:15 PM, friendlygorilla said:

So, I don't have a tutorial for that device specifically but this should help get you started. https://learn.adafruit.com/onion-pi/overview

Specifically what will be changed is the iptables commands from "wlan0" to "tun0" of whatever your vpn interface is. I don't know your overall goal of doing this but in most cases I think you would be better off with a regular vpn subscription. You can even do computer -> your hosted vpn -> vpn provider -> internet to increase the number of devices you can have on your subscription and have a overall better experience.

Hope that helps ?

Thank you very much, you helped me a lot. ?

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