i m on this since more than 15 days , u ll have to trust me when i m saying they are blocking it here and we need a tunnel to hide it , i ve found that tutorial about wstunnel but there are several type of tunnels wichan can be used
Shouldn't you do that - I don't need a nested tunnel (and I would be setting one up to test for you - so I don't understand the rudeness)?
To answer you - when you sent the link - it was blank, I'd have to read it first (duh). Next, after that - I'm trying to understand how using a nested tunnel with the same encryption inside will defeat DPI. So they're not "side questions".
(I guess you don't understand and just think people don't believe you or something.)
That didn't answer me, it's a symptom of the DPI, or you don't understand the WG protocol.
There should be "nothing" to inspect - hence question about changing ports, which you'll need to setup with another tunnel - so again, not a "side question"
Then, using a tunnel may not solve that, hence the relevant inquires you call "side questions"
We need to know what port is usable - so not a side question
I assume you can ping, but again, need to know if the endpoint is reachable - not a side question
(I'm actually curious to see if I can setup a DPI to see WG - which I understood to be rather difficult, then try the nested tunnel to see if it works.)
After reading the tutorial - you simply follow all steps. It will setup a permanently connected WG connection to your far end device - as it disables routing and sends all traffic thru the websocket tunnel.
I don't think this will solve the DPI problem you have, though. Are you having a specific issue on a step?
In any case, just let us know if you're having an issue on any step - as the instructions are extremely straightforward?
i.e. What do you need help "applying" from the tutorial?
i dont want to be rude at all, just trying to explain you that without tunneling it wont work
proton vpn have introduced the tunneling on their wireguard because of that.
my openwrt is on client side ,i dont know how can i adapt the settings as there is an script to be used and the wstunnel (is it executable as it is in openwrt?)
is there any settings i should change for routing the traffic?
So I would suggest installing that and use the OpenWrt methods to configure from that step. I'll be honest, hopefully someone else is familiar with installing that - as this proceeds to install another web server (hence that port question I asked you about). I'm not familiar with resolving nuances with doing so, especially on a router that uses another web server for its GUI.
I'm aware of what you're talking about. That's a configuration script. I'm not sure how you'd configure wstunnel before you install it, but OK...so I'm going to assume you have accomplished installation (and config?).
There's quite a few routing statements in the script. I assume you already have that setup, correct (as you noted the tunnel was setup for 2 years)?
So I'm really not sure why you're inquiring about that script. Are you familiar with the syntax contained inside; or are you asking about the entirety of the script?
If you're asking about the entirety of the script - would need to actually know what parts - or you could ask the person who made it.
You need to configure the proxy (recall the port test "side questions"). It seems that begins at Step 16.
EDIT: are you running an x86_64 version of OpenWrt and executing the wstunnel-x64-linux file; or did you install package I noted above?