Navigate to System → General Setup.
Change the DNS servers in the list to:
Deselect, so that Allow DNS server list to be overridden by DHCP/PPP on WAN is not checked
Select, so that Do not use the DNS Forwarder or Resolver as a DNS server for the firewall is checked
Save the changes.
Navigate to System → Cert manager.
Click on the plus (+) icon. Afterwards, alter these settings:
|Method||Import an existing Certificate Authority|
|Certificate data||You must be logged in to see this.|
|Certificate Private Key (optional)||(leave blank)|
|Serial for next certificate||(leave blank)|
Save the changes.
Navigate to VPN → OpenVPN. Afterwards click on tab Clients.
Click on the plus (+) icon. Afterwards, alter these settings
Navigate to Interfaces → Assignments.
Click on the plus (+) icon to create interface ovpnc1 (OVPN client). Afterwards, click on OPT1.
Select, so that Enable interface is checked. Save your changes and click on Apply changes.
Navigate to Firewall → NAT. Afterwards click on tab Outbound
Select, so that Manual Outbound NAT rule generation (AON - Advanced Outbound NAT) is checked. Save your changes and click on Apply changes.
The next step is to duplicate all existing rules, but changing the interface to OVPN. To duplicate a rule, click on the duplicate icon (the middle icon) next to the rule
Change Interface to OPT1. You should also alter the Description in order to clarify that the rule is for OPT1. Save your changes.
When all the rules have been duplicated, commit your changes by clicking on Apply changes.
Navigate to Status → OpenVPN
Click on the icon that looks like a Play button in order to start OpenVPN. If OpenVPN is already running, we suggest restarting it.
You should now be connected to OVPN and be able to browse the internet safely. To make sure everything was set up correctly, please check the dashboard to verify that you are connected.