OpenMPTCProuter is an open source solution to aggregate multiple internet connections using Multipath TCP (MPTCP) on OpenWrt
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OpenMPTCProuter is an open source solution to aggregate and encrypt multiple internet connections and terminates it over any VPS which make clients benefit security, reliability, net neutrality, as well as dedicated public IP.

The aggregation is based on Multipath TCP (MPTCP), which is ISP, WAN type, and latency independent "whether it was Fiber, VDSL, SHDSL, ADSL or even 4G", different scenarios can be configured to have either aggregation or failover based on MPTCP.

Aggregation via Multi-link VPN (MLVPN) and Glorytun UDP with multipath support are also supported.

The solution takes advantage of the OpenWRT/LEDE system, which is user friendly and also adds the possibility of installing other packages like VPN, QoS, routing protocols, monitoring, etc. through web-interface or terminal.

Main website:

Packages made for OpenMPTCProuter are available here:

OpenMPTCProuter VPS script part:

Install from pre-compiled images

You can download precompiled images from

Then copy it to a sdcard:

gunzip omr-*.img.gz
dd bs=4M if=omr-*.img of=/dev/sdX conv=fsync

Install from source


You need a classical build environment like build-essential on Debian and git. Some feeds might not available over git but only via subversion or mercurial.

On Debian you'll need to install the following:

sudo apt install build-essential git unzip ncurses-dev libz-dev libssl-dev
  python subversion gettext gawk wget curl rsync perl

Prepare and build

git clone
cd openmptcprouter

The script accepts all make arguments (like -j). When finished, files are located in the directory source/bin.

Custom arch build

By default the build script will create the packages for the x86_64 architecture. You can specify a custom build target by adding a OMR_TARGET environment variable to the build and the corresponding config-$OMR_TARGET file.

To build the project for the raspberry pi 3:

OMR_TARGET="rpi3" ./


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