I want to set up a home VPN, and I had planned to use DD-WRT to do it. The problem is that our current router isn't supported by DD-WRT. Our previous router is supported by DD-WRT, and I have already installed the firmware on that router. The problem is that for a few reasons, we need to use the router that doesn't support DD-WRT as our primary router. What I'm wondering is: is it possible to set up a DD-WRT router as an access point on an existing network not run by a DD-WRT router, and then still use that router to set up a home VPN?
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Yes. Just make sure to do these things: