L2TP Client: OpenWRT
I'll give details about doing things without LuCI - if you want to do it through the web UI, it should be obvious from the text config what you need to twiddle.
Tested with the following package versions -
kmod-l2tp - 3.18.10-1 kmod-l2tp-eth - 3.18.10-1 kmod-l2tp-ip - 3.18.10-1 kmod-pppol2tp - 3.18.10-1 ppp-mod-pppol2tp - 2.4.7-5 xl2tpd - 1.3.6-5619e1771048e74b729804e8602f409af0f3faea luci-proto-ipv6 - git-15.090.50849-576e235-1 luci-proto-ppp - git-15.090.50849-576e235-1
You'll first need to create a static route for
l2tp.aa.net.uk via your bulk interface (usually
config route option interface 'wan' option target '188.8.131.52'
Then add the tunnel to
/etc/config/network - note that even though we enable it, the interface won't get an IPv6 address. Fear not, we can fix that in a minute.
config interface 'aaisp' option proto 'l2tp' option server 'l2tp.aa.net.uk' option username 'yourusername@a' option password 'YOURPASSWORD' option ipv6 '1' option peerdns '0' option metric '50'
Next let's configure DHCPv6 over the tunnel interface since PPP IPV6CP doesn't seem to work properly. Again in
/etc/config/network - edit to taste if you don't want to gobble up your entire /48. Though this shows as a separate interface in OpenWRT-land, they'll both assign addresses to the same underlying interface, 'l2tp-aaisp'.
config interface 'aaisp6' option proto 'dhcpv6' option reqprefix '48' option peerdns '0' option _orig_ifname 'aaisp' option _orig_bridge 'false' option ifname 'l2tp-aaisp' option reqaddress 'force'
Now we have -
- All IPv4 traffic going out of our bulk WAN interface (metric 0)
- The L2TP tunnel has its default gateway set, but unused (metric 50)
- All IPv6 traffic going out of the tunnel (haven't tested what would happen if your bulk interface was also IPv6 capable)
- DNS unchanged from original setup (I use dnscrypt-proxy and some REDIRECT iptables plumbing to secure DNS query traffic)
- iptables PREROUTING rules to mark traffic that should egress via the tunnel
- iproute2 magic to route the marked traffic properly
- a painful sense of irony that we're dodging nasty shaping and filtering on our bulk interface only to do it ourselves
- a really sweet hat
Prod me (
daveio) on IRC if you have trouble, I'll try to assist if I'm around.