If you have double-NAT, you might think at first you won’t be able to run a tunnel, but using a cronjob with curl, dynamic DNS in your generic router, or specifically DDNS in OpenWrt, you can solve this problem effortlessly!
A quick fix for SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP in OpenWrt
I just saw that the GL.iNet SLATE has a new update available, namely version 3.203... I previously had 3.201 installed, which you can read about here. The changelog in the device update panel for version 3.203 reads: OpenWrt Distribution: Based on OpenWrt 19.07.7 (AR150,MIFI,AR300M,USB150,N300,AR750,AR750S,X750,E750,X1200,XE300,MT300N-V2,MT1300,MV1000) Based on QSDK11 (B1300,S1300,AP1300) Security: 1. [...]
In a previous post I reviewed the travel router GL-AR750S-Ext (Slate) from GL.iNET and recommended it. If you didn't know, the GL-AR750S-Ext (Slate) is an OpenWrt-based travel router with a custom GUI and added features on top that make it easier to use for non-technical users. You still can access [...]
You might want to check what packages you installed on OpenWrt, for example when wanting to build a custom image based on your installation or to restore the packages after an upgrade. I found a neat little script that lets you do just that! The script I found on a [...]
Or by full name, GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext (SLATE). Great little device! Picture of the GL.iNet "Slate" - CES Innovation Awards 2019 Honoree This is a review of the GL-iNet Slate I bought this device some time ago, and I think it's great and I can recommend it to anyone that either [...]