Hi all, Apologies if this has been asked and answered before--I tried some google-fu and searched here but came up emtpy. I'm looking at replacing a hub and spoke VPN setup that currently uses a Linksys RV016 as the hub and various IPSec VPN routers (Linksys and Sonicwall, mainly) as the spokes. OpenVPN looks good, and the fact that it's been incorporated into the GUI of Tomato is even better (thanks SgtPepperKSU!). But from the screenshots I've seen, it looks like there are only spots to populate two server connections and two client connections. Therefore it looks like the maximum number of defined site-to-site tunnels that can be handled is four (by acting as a server for two of them and the client as two). My first question is am I correct in that assumption? Or is it one of those things where if you define two servers or clients an additional tab will appear for Server 3, Client 3, etc? Second of all, is that limitation arbitrary or does the limited horsepower of today's consumer routers not allow for more than four simultaneous tunnels without going to their knees? Thirdly, if it's not necessarily a CPU/Memory issue (certainly there are some Tomato-compatible routers with better specs) then are there any workarounds to allow for more defined tunnels? I suppose by setting them up using CLI and bypassing the GUI? Are there any plans to enhance TomatoVPN by allowing more tunnels in the GUI? For my case, I don't think I would ever need more than two or three tunnels set up at once, but would like to have about nine or ten configured so that they can be set up/torn down on demand when I need to access LAN resources on one of the spokes. So even if the hardware wouldn't be able to handle more than a few simultaneous tunnels, that wouldn't necessarily be a problem for me as I would only have a few up at any given time. If anyone can shed some light on this I would greatly appreciate your comments, tips, etc.