NOTE: Currently only the Linksys (E900 + E1200 + E1550) + Buffalo WZR-600DHP + Asus (RT-AC56U + RT-AC66U + RT-N66U) routers are supported, however it probably works on other similar models.

Your mileage may vary but installing the control panel shouldn’t harm or “brick” your router.

      1. Connect to the WiFi named dd-wrt or via an ethernet cable to ports 1.
      2. Browse to to view your DD-WRT control panel.
      3. If you have a new router or just performed a factory reset, you will be asked to enter a username & password for your DD-WRT Control Panel. Our defaults are blackvpn/blackvpn then click “Change Password”
        DD-WRT security settings
      4. Change the Local IP Address (so that there is no conflict with your other router) to – then scroll down the page and click “Save” (do not click “Apply Settings” yet)
      5. Click the Administration -> Management tabs and under the section JFFS2 Support select JFFS2=Enable and Clean JFFS2=Enable. Scroll down the page and click “Save” then “Apply Settings
        Enable JFFS
      6. Wait a minute while your router reboots
      7. Go back to the DD-WRT control panel at
      8. Click the tabs Administration -> Commands tabs
      9. Copy + Paste the following text into the Commands window:
        wget -O /tmp/ && chmod 700 /tmp/ && sh /tmp/
      10. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the “Run Commands” button.
      11. Wait 5 – 10 minutes for the software to be installed. When it is ready the the router will reboot.
      12. You should now see the WiFi named BLACKVPN_A. Connect with password blackvpn
      13. Browse to to view your blackVPN Control Panel
      14. Your browser will ask for login details. Login with username blackvpn and password blackvpn
        blackvpn / blackvpn 
      15. In the bottom-left click the green Change Username and Password. Enter your VPN username and password
      16. Choose a new VPN location and click Apply
      17. Your blackVPN Control Panel and VPN should be working and connected.
        Status OK