I'm fortunate that my LAN/WLAN are all on Unifi products, including their excellent Unifi Security Gateway (USG). I'd like to take advantage of built in OpenVPN support and encrypt ALL of my WAN traffic to sonic to keep ATT out of our business. What's that quote, "I have nothing to hide, but nothing to share"?
Has anyone successfully configured this type of setup? while I have a (very dated) CS degree, I am not an expert on CLI, VPNs, et al. Looking for a simple setup guide. Here is what I have done, but doesn't seem to do anything (whatsmyip still shows ATT IP)
1. sonic.net openvpn server/port. I found this, is it correct? 220.127.116.11 port 1194
2. My own actual ATT IP and an open UDP port on the USG
3. My 2048 bit shared secret, I generated this on the USG via CLI and copied it in to the config, had to manually delete all whitespaces (used this very sparse and low value guide: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles ... o-Site-VPN)
4. Created a WAN local rule on the USG for the port specified in step 2, open for UDP inbound
Can anyone advise?