One of the reasons I tried FreshTomato was because I discovered that @kille72 had added the facility for a 3rd OpenVPN client. [I've actually never used it; but it's really "nice to have"!] My current RT-AC3200 is configured as a normal TAP server [VPNS1] bound to my main subnet and excellent for offsite "Windows" access [Users really like that], and as a TUN [Site2Site] server [VPNS2]. I use this to support mates' networks [as it negates the requirement for device-installation of client OpenVPN software]. I have access to their routers so I can easily determine "what is what" from the "Device List" page on their "Tomato" routers. Occasionally, I would like to remote-access devices on my secondary subnet. It struck me that if I had a 3rd OpenVPN server [VPNS3?] this would be a "piece of cake". I would create a new OpenVPN TAP server and bind it to the correct bridge. I know there are ways round the limitation I describe as I could change the router configuration - even remotely but, if it were possible, the option for a 3rd OpenVPN server would be great; for me at least! Obviously this a very low-priority - but, if it is: 01) "Quick and Simple" to do. 02) Doesn't add too much to the FW images' size. 03) Seen as useful by a few others [How many is "a few"?] I'd be very happy to test. Thanks. Edit: I also have an RT-N66U which is an obvious test vehicle. I know that is MIPS but it would be less disruptive [for me] to test on. In summary, I can test both MIPS & ARM builds.