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3rd_party_vpn_general_setup [2018/05/03 17:11]
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 device using the password you set as as the general admin password and device using the password you set as as the general admin password and
 username root. The default port is 22. username root. The default port is 22.
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 +For more information on using SSH, see: https://​www.anonabox.com/​wiki/​doku.php?​id=getting_ssh_access
  
 In order to get access to ssh on the device, you will need to turn Tor In order to get access to ssh on the device, you will need to turn Tor
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 Once you verify that it is working, there are a few other things we can Once you verify that it is working, there are a few other things we can
 do to help you make it convenient in terms of disconnecting/​connecting do to help you make it convenient in terms of disconnecting/​connecting
-without having to use the command line, but first thing to do is to test¬†+without having to use the command line. To do so, see this documentation:​ https://​www.anonabox.com/​wiki/​doku.php?​id=building_custom_commands_for_third_party_vpns
-it out and make sure the config file works.+
  
 Another way to transfer the ovpn file onto your anonabox so you can use it is to use the wget command. You will need to be able to pull the ovpn config file from a url online, most likely from the VPN providers website. The command works like so: Another way to transfer the ovpn file onto your anonabox so you can use it is to use the wget command. You will need to be able to pull the ovpn config file from a url online, most likely from the VPN providers website. The command works like so: