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Here's my problem:

  • I am on my home network with multiple devices (PC, Tablet, Phone, TV etc).
  • I would like to have them ALL access the internet via a remote VPN, let's say, in Germany.
  • I would prefer not to have to install apps on each device for the purpose.

So, is there something I can do to configure my broadband router, or by adding an additional router in the local network to achieve this?

I wouldn't be surprised if there is an answer to this already, but I'm struggling to frame the question in a way that gets a proper answer!

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migrated from Jul 20 '12 at 16:29

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From our FAQ which you skipped; "(serverfault) is not about… Anything in a home setting" – Chopper3 Jul 20 '12 at 14:46

what type of router do you have? get dd-wrt and under wan connection type, you can set it up to route your internet through a vpn.

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