Topic: Conflict between uhttpsd and OpenVPN servers on port 443 TCP
I am quite new to the OpenWRT world, and it is quickly growing on me.
I installed OpenWRT on my Linksys WRT1900ACSv2. I need some help to set up my OpenVPN server. I successfully started an OpenVPN server on port 1194 UDP, but due to some firewall restrictions (when I connect to a certain network) I need to set up another on port 443 TCP. The problem is that it would interfere with luci, since it also runs on 443 TCP.
I read that openvpn does support the option "port-share", which would do exactly what I need, allowing me to reroute luci traffic on, say, port 4443.
But, trying to put the option in the openvpn config file I get a syntax error. I am using openvpn-openssl of course. Is it not supported? Is there any way to enable this option? How can I contact the developers of openvpn-openssl to ask for assistance on the matter?
Alternatively (and complementarily), could I simply change the port on which luci listens to, say, 88? Then I should probably be able to access the luci page from web browser by specifying the port instead of using the htps protocol.
Any advice? It would be extremely appreciated.
(If anybody needs any clarification I would be happy to comply, I simply thought the question is general enough)
EDIT: more appropriate title