VPN for online gaming - best performance configuration SoftEther VPN Server on Windows

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beelogger
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VPN for online gaming - best performance configuration SoftEther VPN Server on Windows

Post by beelogger » Fri May 10, 2019 12:57 pm

How to configure for Windows SoftEther VPN Server in such a way that you can play games with friends?
I'm using now SecureNAT, but the performance is low.

Current configuration:
-router(192.168.1.1):
forwarded port 5555 to 192.168.1.124

-computer/server/windows10(192.168.1.124/192.168.30.10):
SecureNAT on,
Network Interface IP Address 192.168.30.1,
Virtual DHCP Server Distributes IP Adress 192.168.30.10-192.168.30.200,
Default Gateway Address none

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How my friends connect? They get IP in the range 192.168.11-192.168.30.200 and connect with 192.168.30.10

How to set up server for the best performance? I read about "bridge" but it is possible to configure on Windows machine?

(I've attached images with the current configuration)
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thisjun
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Re: VPN for online gaming - best performance configuration SoftEther VPN Server on Windows

Post by thisjun » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:12 am

Localbridge is faster that SecureNAT.
You can create localbridge in Windows.

beelogger
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Re: VPN for online gaming - best performance configuration SoftEther VPN Server on Windows

Post by beelogger » Sun Jun 16, 2019 8:25 am

I don't have time to test it now and I still don't know how to set up these settings on Windows 10.
It would be good to get an answer with a solution or more tips.

I know only there is a need to disable the SecureNAT, when the localbridge is enabled, but nothing more.

I saw tutorials for Linux, but not for Windows.
How IP will be allocated to friends if there is no DHCP server right now?
So, do I have to change to Ad-hoc and create users with own IP address?

I have not changed anything since the first installation.
What I need to change to avoid re-installation? How to configure Ad-hoc without re-installation?
I marked only this (Remote Access VPN Server) when I installed...
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centeredki69
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Re: VPN for online gaming - best performance configuration SoftEther VPN Server on Windows

Post by centeredki69 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 10:44 pm

1. disable the secureNAT on the virtual HUB. 2. create a "local Bridge" and connect it to the virtual HUB. See link below
https://www.softether.org/4-docs/1-manu ... al_Bridges
The " local bridge will connect the virtual HUB to your local network and all VPN clients will get an IP address from your 192.168.1.1 routers DHCP server. 3. have your friend connect to you server.

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