I have a strange issue that hopefully someone may have come across and has a fix for…
We are Using a Windows Server running OpenVPN V2.3.18 Server
There are 2 DIGI Transports, a WR31 and a WR21. Both behave the same way.
When DIGIs have firmware 220.127.116.11 for their respective models the OpenVPN connects as clients without issue.
Upgrading to a newer firmware or even the latest 18.104.22.168 the DIGIs will on bootup establish a Celluar connection then auto reboot. Without the OpenVPN setup the DIGIs work fine with the different firmware.
There is a problem with the current firmware’s
if you have certificates with more than 1024 bits the router is rebooting due to high CPU utilisation
There is a new firmware due in early December that fixes this problem
the best thing for now if you can stay on 5.2.15.x for now until this one is released or use smaller certificates
Will keep an eye out for the update
Was this issue resolved for OpenVPN on a windows server?
I found item 7 in the release notes
- Corrected WR21/WR31 crash/reboot when using a 2048-bit key to connect to a Ubuntu
OpenVPN server [SAROS-2481]
OpenVPN now support 4096 bit, will a WR21 or WR31 Transport handle this?