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In this tutorial, we will show you how to set up your Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection on your system by using a wireless DD-WRT router.
Before establishing a connection, you must make sure that you have got a working internet connection, a router that supports PPTP, and a VPN account. A VPN connection does not work on an ISP modem. In order to make your VPN connection work, you need to connect another router with your modem.
Step 1: Create an ethernet connection or a wireless connection from your router to your computer. Follow 1a if you are connecting Ethernet router and 1b for wireless connection.
Step 2: Click on the Basic Setup tab of the DD-WRT router. You can see a window with several entries. From the Connection Type drop-down menu, choose the PPTP.
Step 3: For the Use DHCP option, choose Yes.
Step 4: In the Gateway (PPTP Server), type the name of the server that you want to use (You can obtain a VPN connection from an online VPN shop) and write Username and Password in the relevant fields. In the additional PPTP option field, write refuse-eap.
Step 5: Now you must navigate to DHCP Server and make sure that it is enabled. Click on Apply Settings and then click on Save.
Step 6: Now you must go to the menu bar and click on Status and then click on the WAN tab. Click Connect in order to connect to your VPN provider.
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