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Hi all, I just bought a Asus DSL-AC68U and I just bought a subscription to this VPN to try out. I am trying to connect through the vanilla (and very limited) VPN option in this router. I enter in my username and password, upload the TorGuard.ovpn file and I get a message saying "Complete, Lack of Certificate Authority" which is fine, I upload the ca.crt file. Message changes to "complete", I click okay and try to connect. It doesn't connect and I check the log and get error message: Mar 28 00:11:33 openvpn: Cannot load CA certificate file ca.crt: error:0906D064:PEM routines:PEM_read_bio:bad base64 decode Mar 28 00:11:33 openvpn: Exiting due to fatal error I googled the first error code and some posts have suggested it is to do with enter carriages, so I have played around with the file in Word (with pargraph mode on so I can see all the mark up), but deleting the carriages does nothing. I just get a new error but it is basically the same thing, which is can't load the ca file. Has anyone able to connect to TorGuard VPN with the ASUS DSL-AC68U through the router? I can connect fine with OpenVPN software, haven't tried the TorGuard software. Ideally I would like to connect through the router so I don't have to install the software on all my devices (2 pcs, laptop, 2 smart phones). I did find a post about it for PIA ( https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/forum/discussion/3522/openvpn-for-asus-dsl-ac68u) but that doesn't seem to apply for this as the file setup is different (i.e. there is the certificate in the .ovpn file for TorGuard but not for PIA). I might try this now, deleting the certificate from the .ovpn file and add 3 lines to the bottom and see how that goes. But otherwise not sure what to do? Thanks in advance, blindcant.