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VPN router, dual wireless

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Hello,

 

I use a VPN at home, and instead of configuring each devices indivudually, I would like to add a router under my existing router, creating a new wifi which some devices could connect to in order to have a VPN connexion.

 

I'd love to just replace my router (an old Linksys E4200) with one that would output dual wifi (one regular, one that goes to the VPN), but I don't think that exist... or does it?

 

Any way, I was just at a local store and  none of the employees knew what a VPN was and the box they had there didn't specify if the routers were compatible with OpenVPN or IKEv2/IPsec.

 

I have looked into flashing my router with AdvancedTomato, but the project appear to have been abandonned and I'm not sure about the compatibility for my router.

 

Any suggestions as to what would be the most elegant solution to implement a dual wifi, one with VPN, or without?

 

Thank you!

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ubiquity edge router and get the unifi access points. The access points can have multiple ssids that go to multiple vlans for vpn and non vpn use.

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Hi, a similar issue was recently discussed here: 

 

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1 hour ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

ubiquity edge router and get the unifi access points. The access points can have multiple ssids that go to multiple vlans for vpn and non vpn use.

Very interesting, I wasn't familiar with Ubiquity products at all, thanks for pointing it out, I'm lookong it up right now.

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