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windows 7 metric guide

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To connect, contact "Voker57":/Voker57/contact to get your personal config. After receiving it, right-click it and choose "Run OpenVPN on this config" (windows) or run @sudo openvpn --config <myconfig.ovpn>@ (linux)

On Windows, you will need to manually set metric of your virtual adaptor to 1. Control Panel -> Network something -> Your OpenVPN adaptor -> Properties -> TCP/IP v4 -> Properties -> Advanced -> Metric. Picture pending. "How to set metric in windows 7 (illustrated guide)":win7metric

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h1. How to manually set metric in Windows 7 on an OpenVPN LAN

Launch OpenVPN with config provided to you, keep the window open


Open Control Panel from Start Menu


Select Network and Internet


Select Network and Sharing Center


Select OpenVPN connection, it's probably one that has "No Internet Access"


Click Properties


Choose "Internet Protocol Version 4" and click "Properties"


Click Advanced


Untick "Automatic metric" and write "1" in field below it


That's it, you should be able to see VPN games now!

By Iaroslav Gridin on 2019-03-16 15:23:27 +0200 Powered by bitcheese wiki engine