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I have created an Azure OpenVPN Server for Point-to-Site VPN connection. I have downloaded from Azure portal the OpenVPN settings file(*.ovpn). When uploading the configuration file the RUT240 shows "not available". I have uploaded the same configuration file to a competitor device and it works. I have uploaded the same file to OpenVPN client on Windows and it works as well. Are there any tricks about it? Has anyone experienced the same Azure connection type?

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Hello,

I have an assumption that this issue can occur due to access permissions set on the .ovpn file you are using. In order to verify this assumption, I would suggest removing existing file restrictions and the check whether the file can be uploaded to the router. To accomplish this task follow the steps below:

1. Copy .ovpn file to the router itself or any Unix based machine.
2. Remove file restrictions using the following command: chmod 777 /directory/file.ovpn
3. Try to upload the altered .ovpn file to the router.

.ovpn file can be copied from the Windows machine to the router using WinSCP application.
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I'm having exactly the same issue. Tried the chmod trick also with same results. After upload it says not available for TUN/TAP, Protocol & Port.