Specify the VPN Server Protocol (Default: UDP, recommended for optimal performance) and Port (Default: 1194). At the end, type your Public IP address to be used as the Gateway IP. Click "Update" to Save the Settings.
SSTP (Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol) – This protocol uses port 443 TCP. OpenVPN – This protocol uses port 1194 TCP/UDP and port 443 TCP. Since we are discussing ports, let’s talk about some ports that are unsafe or can be vulnerable to attacks. Remember, no port is natively secure. Fixed: Plusnet blocking Open VPN port 1194 TCP and UDP I recently tried to unsuccessfully to set up an Open VPN server behind my plusnet hub one router by trying to forward incoming connections on port 1194 to my VPN server on my LAN. I found the following problems: 1. There is no Open VPN port forwarding rules to select amongst the preset options listed in the plusnet hub one routers menu. 2. openvpn port 1194 scanning. - OpenVPN Support Forum May 19, 2013 port forwarding issue - 1194 with firewall? - NETGEAR
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OpenVPN Port: use 1194 UDP or 443 TCP? | Netgate Forum You can run multiple instances of openvpn with completely different setting or all the same settings other than the port they run on.. See picture attached. So I have 2 instances of openvpn running - one listening on tcp 443, the other on the standard udp 1194 port. openvpn setup port 1194 already in use - Synology Community
I do not know how to attach the screenshots for Byte Stat of the OpenVPN Connect App. But when using port 1194, the Bytes In is about 420 KB in one min. and all internet is working. And the Bytes In for using port 9443, it is only 8.35 KB in one min. with the problem of no traffic / stalled. We are moving to MSI installers in OpenVPN 2.5, but OpenVPN 2.4.x will remain NSIS-only. Compared to OpenVPN 2.3 this is a major update with a large number of new features, improvements and fixes. Some of the major features are AEAD (GCM) cipher and Elliptic Curve DH key exchange support, improved IPv4/IPv6 dual stack support and more seamless