How do I get sstp-client fully setup and connected/running?

How do I get sstp-client fully setup and connected/running?
I know how to install it, but I have no clue how to actually route anything through it.
Please do not say something as generic as "use ___ package/page" because I already know that.
Because it's the actually using and/or setting it up that I can't do.

frick, looks like I'm not gonna get any help

I still need help with this

Your original thread 5 months ago on the topic says you solved it...

If you "unsolved" it, the advice would be the same.

I didn't "solve" it back then, I found an alternative.
And now I want to actually do it this time.

The advice only said what tool to use,
and not how to actually do this with it.
I need instructions on it because I'm not willing to risk bricking my router by brute-forcing my way through trial-and-error.

welp, looks like I'll never actually get this going.

@vgaetera gave you step by step instructions in your original thread.

Bricking your router is always a risk when using third-party firmware or tools.

Make sure you know how to recover.

only on how to get the package installed.
Absolutely nothing on how to write/setup the routing rules, which is the part I'm incapable of.

Uhh, no.
@vgaetera did not give me step by step instructions.

Default config, and not how to write it yourself.

How to install the package, not how to write the config.

Proxy/OpenVPN support, not SSTP vpn support.

You might want to dial down your attitude...

@vgaetera is one of the most knowledgeable people here.

People here are volunteers with lives and responsibilities...most of us simply don't have the time to write step-by-step instructions on how to configure every setting.

sstp-client is not OpenWRT-proprietary. If it's not in the wiki, you'll need to start looking on Linux sites, GitHub, etc.

Also, If you don't know what you're doing with sstp-client, you probably shouldn't be using it.

Next time you don't have the time to help, don't act like you do.

That's in response to me refusing to use it because I don't know what I'm doing.
Used to be because I don't know yet, but now it seems that I'll never know.
And you're the person that said vgaetera told me how.
And if you don't have the time to help, why insist on putting your 2 cents in?
As for me tagging themm, you expect me not to tag someone in a reply haven you haven tagged them?

"if you don't know what you're doing with it, you probably shouldn't be using it"
That's why I'm asking.
I don't understand why no one is telling me how to use it.