Home Server Setup
Step 1: Connect the Home Server
Plug the power supply into your new Sabai Home Server and connect it to your current router via Ethernet cable.
Check the USB thumb drive on the back of the VPN Accelerator and verify that it is firmly in place.
Press the power button on the front of the VPN Accelerator.
Step 2: Access the main router
Log into your current router by typing in the IP address of the router control panel. Sabai routers can be accessed at 192.168.199.1. The username and password are admin/sabaipass123. Non Sabai routers are typically accessed through one of the following IP addresses: 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1.
Step 3: Assign a static IP address to the Server
Find the Device List and add the Home Server to the static address list. The Home Server device name will be “homeserver”. The example below is from a stock Netgear Router.
Step 4: Port Forwarding
You will need to forward port udp/1194 in your main router. This will vary depending on the router you are using but in general, forward these ports to the address you assigned to the Home Server in Step 3. Example from stock Netgear router:
Step 5: Configure the Home Server
Open a new tab. Enter the IP address you assigned to the Home Server into the address bar and hit enter. The login is admin/sabaipass123.
You will see the Status page. Click on OpenVPN.
Choose your preferred settings or use the defaults and click Save at the bottom.
Step 6: Start the Server
Click on Server and click Start.
Step 7: Create the OpenVPN client files
Click on Clients and enter the name of the first client file you wish to create. Click Add Client. Download your new client file for use in your OpenVPN client.
Repeat Step 7 for any additional clients you wish to add. You can create and connect as many as you need.
For assistance with setup, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1-864-962-4072
Setup instructions for a Sabai router are found at www.sabaitechnology.com