tunneling using wrt54g

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by servermachine, Oct 15, 2005.

  1. servermachine

    servermachine Network Guru Member

    I currently have a windows box behind a firewall the does not permit udp inbound. I cannot change this.
    I have a wrt54g at home and I can install any firmware or add-ons.

    Is it possible to create a tunnel over the net between the windows box, and the wrt54g, so I can unrestricted access to the net?


  2. 4Access

    4Access Network Guru Member

    So wait, you can't use UDP at all?!? If so that eliminates an IPsec VPN or Hamachi along with a number of other things... The first solution that crosses my mind that doesn't require UDP is a PPTP VPN... but if you're on a network so restrictive that it blocks all UDP traffic I'd expect them to be filtering a lot of other things as well which would probably rule out a PPTP VPN as well...
  3. servermachine

    servermachine Network Guru Member

    Thanks for the reply.
    I can send udp outbound, but i cannot receive a reply.
    I can establish a tcp tunnel to another computer through the firewall fine, however it does not support udp over tcp and it also connects to computer, and I want to connect to the router.

    If i can establish a tcp tunnel (that supports udp over tcp or something similar) to the wrt54g , and then access the net via that wrt54g, so that udp can then be inbound and outbound, I would be a very happy man.

    Thanks again
  4. 4Access

    4Access Network Guru Member

    So why not follow up on the PPTP VPN idea??? The DD-WRT firmware even includes a PPTP server. (I'd recommend using the v22-r2 version currently since the latest v23 betas seem a bit buggy)
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