General VU+ Receiver Discussion VPN Router

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  1. Blaze

    Blaze BANNED Member

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    Hi, can anyone recommend a router that I can add a VPN too? UK based, have Netgear currently but my current provider, PureVPN doesnt support the model...

    Many thanks.
     
  2. Banny

    Banny Respected Ex Staff Special Friend

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    Doesn't mean you router can't use that or other VPN's.

    Or perhaps there is an alternative firmware for your router.
     
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  3. DirtyDonki

    DirtyDonki I am the Nice One Staff Member Admin

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    I'd be inclined to choose an ISP that does not mean you need to use a VPN. :mutley:

    or choose one of the routers that the VPN provider does support. :ok:
     
  4. danny187

    danny187 Super Moderator

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    I bought one yesturday first time ever purchasing a router.

    Purchased wrong one so still needed my SkyQ router plugged in, used that as modem, DMZ server to new router worked really well.

    Speeds and ping excellent after extracting my SLY credentials hahha

    However running a VPN protocol was shocking bad and slow, I mean terrible.

    Router sent back to Amazon this morning for a refund haha

    That teach me for randoming ordering on prime now and delivered within a hour on spare of a moment ga
     
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  5. s2tephen

    s2tephen Donating Member Member

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    What netgear router do you use. I have dd-wrt kong version installed on a R7000 OpenVPN
    xxx.myopenrouter.com
     
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  6. DirtyDonki

    DirtyDonki I am the Nice One Staff Member Admin

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    Thanks all.

    Sadly the thread starter was naughty & had to leave us. So closing the thread but keeping it as some useful references posted for the potential benefit of other members.

    :closed:
     
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