Sabai VPN Router Setup

Connect to your device via a web page. Use the address in your browser window . The address could change, so check the documents you received from Sabai if this default address doesn’t connect. You will also find the router’s user id and password in the documents Sabai supplied with your router.

Follow those steps to setup the device, and allow access to the web pages:

Below is the Sabai web page shown when you first log in

VPN Router

Click on the ‘Network’ option at the top left

Surfbouncer VPN router

Choose ‘OpenVPN’ and the screen below will be displayed

Download the SurfBouncer configuration file from the link we sent you. (If you don’t have the link, email us and we will provide the information. You will need this file to configure the device)

Save the file to a location on your computer. Now click on ‘Choose File’ and select the file you downloaded

Setting up OpenVPN

You will see this:

Initial Configuration

Now choose ‘Show File’

Show file button

Click ‘ Edit’

Edit OpenVPN file

You will now see a screen that allows you to enter your user id and password for your Surfbouncer account. (You receive that in the sign up email from Surfbouncer). Enter your user name and password at this screen:

COnfiguration screen for router

Click ‘Done’


Click ‘Save’

You are now ready to connect to Surfbouncer by clicking the ‘Start’ button

Router menu

On the upper right of the screen, you will see that you’ve connected to our servers. In this example, it’s in Miami, Florida, USA.

Connected to VPN

To connect to servers in other parts of the world, use the list of servers we provided and follow the following steps:

Choose ‘Show File’

Current router configuration

Then ‘Edit’

Router menu

Change the remote field to one of the server locations in the list mentioned above

The format is as follows: 1194   – (to use default port 1194) 80       – (to use port 80) 443     – (to use port 443) 8080   – (to use port 8080) 5632   – (to use port 5632)

Where is the name of the server from the list.

(NOTE: Some networks block some ports. Ports 80 and 443 are rarely blocked and are the best choices to start with)

Change router VPN server


To switch to TCP operation on networks where the default UDP is blocked, or the network connection is of poor quality, change proto from ‘udp’ to ‘tcp’

Use: 80      – (to use port 80) 8080    – (to use port 8080)

Uncheck ‘comp-lzo’

Uncheck ‘fragment’

It should look like this:

Change VPN router configuration

Click ‘Done’


Click ‘Save’

Router menu

Then ‘Stop’

Then ‘Start’ to log in to the new server

Finish VPN router configuration

Should you have any problems, please email us a copy of the connection log

To view the Connection Log, click ‘Show Log’

Copy and paste the log then attach it to an email