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    ADSL Wireless Router with VPN capability

    I need a new ADSL wireless router with VPN capability. I am moving out so taking my Draytek with me as it will be used at my new place but I need one to replace it with for my Dad.

    I want to be able to create a VPN between the 2 so need something that can all be done in 1 unit, any recommendations?

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    Another DrayTek

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    Yeah I'd go with a other draytek as well

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    What I was thinking but wasn't sure if there was anything a bit cheaper that did the job.

    I find the Draytek a good router but the web interface isnt as straight forward as some could be. Will have a gander at them.

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    I know you can do vpn's with netgear routers..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    What I was thinking but wasn't sure if there was anything a bit cheaper that did the job.

    I find the Draytek a good router but the web interface isnt as straight forward as some could be. Will have a gander at them.
    A linksys ?

    Article from a while back as refers to win xp

    http://www.hanselman.com/blog/Config...rFirmware.aspx
    Last edited by mac_shinobi; 20th October 2013 at 04:58 PM.

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    Just want something that I can create a hardware tunnel between. I have a few Netgear ones but they are not wireless, was hoping to do it with one unit just to look tidy, wish Watchguard did a nice little tidy SOHO box would be perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    Just want something that I can create a hardware tunnel between. I have a few Netgear ones but they are not wireless, was hoping to do it with one unit just to look tidy, wish Watchguard did a nice little tidy SOHO box would be perfect!
    Tick / check the relevant boxes

    http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/index...art&Itemid=167

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    Cheers will take a look.

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