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    If you router can do OpenVPN, have a go I would...

    If you router can do OpenVPN, have a go I would say :)
    But be sure what kind of VPN it is, haven't heard of a router doing OpenVPN.
    And research if it is doing encryption etc, so you are sending...
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    I run an OpenVPN Server to get access to my home...

    I run an OpenVPN Server to get access to my home network.
    I chose the server version because I only had my ISP's provided router at the time (and still) which sucks for anything other than providing...
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