Why do you absolutely want to route all your traffic through your VPN ? You want to hide to your ISP the fact you use Tor ? From my point of view, Â secure Â (no security possible without clean specification of your threat model) network will be gateway of your network with strong firewall allowing only output to known Tor node (with iptables and ipset for example), and one Tor client per computer with all your TCP traffic forwarded to TransPort, DNS traffic to DNSPort and UDP traffic blocked. Because you say your VPN connection is not trustable, you canât send plain traffic inside, so you absolutely need Tor client side. And then, unless you have to hide Tor to your ISP, you donât need VPN at all. If you want to hide Tor to your ISP, just forward all Tor connection from your gateway through your VPN (I donât take time to study the security of doing this, perhaps other people here will find troubles). Regards, -- Aeris Groupe crypto-terroriste individuel auto-radicalisÃ sur lâInternet digital https://imirhil.fr/ ProtÃgez votre vie privÃe, chiffrez vos communications GPG : EFB74277 ECE4E222 OTR : 5769616D 2D3DAC72 https://cafÃ-vie-privÃe.fr/
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