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25th January 2014, 09:31 PM   |  #1  
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Is there any way to connect to internet via VPN (PPTP, L2TP-IPSec, or OPENvpn). Is it possible to install the necessary system/binary stuff to be able to so through adb, ssh, or telnet. I am connected to the internet through my phones hotspot, my laptop is connected to VPN. And when I am not connected to VPN for any reason I can make the chrome useragent changer to appear as an ubuntu or linux machine running chrome. When the content being requested is local on laptop plex media server and requesting it through patched plex it can play just fine, and that is with the laptop connected to internet via VPN, when I try to play something on plex that is streaming it just hangs like it wants to play but doesn't load. when I attempt to play streaming media via AVIA I get sent to the 4gLTE ISP provider (tmobile) upsell page that appears when they sense that you have something connected via wifi hotspot tether. I think that when plex is hanging at the loading page that it is also getting the upsell page but it just doesn't show up on the screen. If it is possible to make the CC connect through VPN or change the user agent of the chromecast I should be able to bypass the upsell page that is saying I can't connect via wifi tethered devices. This makes me think that the dns servers I have set in eureka web panel may not actually be making their connection through the servers from openNIC that I set it to use. The chromecast can communicate with my laptop when it is connected to VPN simultaneously without a problem.

Is it possible to innstall the privateinternetaccess PIA VPN app on the chromecast and add it to the eurekarom whitelist? or any openvpn app will work so other people with different vpn providers can also connect with the correct configuration files in place. Or does anyone know how to make the chromecast go through VPN that is active on phone, like the way a router that is connected to VPN makes all of the clients connected to it go through the VPN without the need to sign in to the vpn on each device.
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