I'm attempting to configure an OpenVPN server on a Linksys E4200 with Toastman TomatoUSB firmware. My goals are to use a Linksys E4200 gateway with Tomato firmware as a OpenVPN server and have a Notebook using Win7 client connect to my local LAN using the OpenVPN server on my E4200 router. Then using this as a model extent that service to my Android smart phone using a VPN client. This means creating a VPN to my local home network and allowing access to my local home NAS. Local LAN 172.16.64.0/24 Local WAN 172.17.64.252/30 NAS IP 172.16.64.10 (My NAS which is what I want to connect to and use) Router IP 172.16.64.254 (My E4200 gateway router) Have a dyndns name setup and the ADLS2 modem sees the port being passed (NAT) as does the E4200. This is only via IP port test thus far. I have the following VPN Tunnel server configuration: Basic Start with WAN: Yes Interface Type: TUN Protocol: UDP Port: 1194 Firewall Automatic: Automatic Authorization Mode: TLS Extra HMAC authorization (tls-auth): Disable VPN subnet/netmask: 172.16.63.0/24 Advanced Poll Interval: 0 (in minutes, 0 to disable) Push LAN to clients: Yes Direct clients to redirect Internet traffic : n/a Respond to DNS : Yes Advertise DNS to clients: Yes Encryption cipher: AES-128-CBC Compression: Adaptive TLS Renegotiation Time: -1 (in seconds, -1 for default) Manage Client-Specific Options: n/a I have created the Key certification information as per OpenVPN instructions for a server, with the addition of three client key certificates. Now then, my first hurdle is that my OpenVPN client on Win7 is asking for a Username and Password. Where would I define that? Is this because I haven't pre-configured the client with client key certificate? Never done this before, but guess you knew that. Thanks for any help and hopefully I won't make this to painful. Just trying to avoid have to buy an OpenVPN book as blogs and four paragraph OpenVPN examples that start with configure your OpenVPN server, now that you have your server configured you should be able to connect... etc.