I plan to drop all connections on the network via VPN (NordVPN). I have optical fiber and FunBox 3.0 which (from what I know) unfortunately does not support PPTP, L2TP or OpenVPN.
Therefore, it plans to buy a router that will serve: 1) to connect to NordVPN; 2) as a signal repeater from FunBox - all devices will be connected to this router so that traffic goes through VPN; 3) to share a USB / Ethernet connected printer on the network.
I was thinking about buying the Asus RT-AC51U - is this a good idea? Will it even work in such a configuration?
Best regards and thank you for the answer! Michal [/ table]
It may be possible to use WiFi from Livebox as a regular internet and asus connection via VPN. The networks will be in different rooms and the connection between the asus and the livebox will be via PLC.
Hello, the problem may not be identical, but the solution seems to be similar. Also, as the author, I am the unfortunate owner of the FUNBOX 3.0 router, fiber optic internet, so the device mentioned is necessary in my network due to the built-in ONT. In addition, the phone and television also from ORANGE so it can not be easily disposed of. Range ... massacre, option purchased 300 mbit / s 250 achieved on the latest laptop at home only in the room where there is a router, the signal to the adapted attic does not come practically at all. On the net, I got advice on how to connect a second router to FB 3.0 to somehow improve network coverage. In this case, the selected equipment is purely experimental, because I had one in stock and I just wanted to check if I would be able to force such a system to work. At the moment the network looks as follows:
FUNBOX 3.0 FunBox modem IP address 192.168.1.1 LAN subnet mask 255.255.255.0 starting IP address 192.168.1.100 final IP address 192.168.1.254 WPA2-PSK / AES encryption MAC address filtering enabled DHCP enabled
to FUNBOX connected via Ethernet LAN-LAN router TP-Link TL-WR740N v4 router with dd-wrt uploaded as AP
Local IP Address 192.168.1.2 Subnet mask 255: 255: 255: 0 Gate 192.168.1.1
DHCP disabled Encryption disabled (out of necessity, no internet after turning it on) MAC address filtering enabled
To the merits, the internet is in FB 3 and in the AP, the signal has improved although I will combine with a better router (as I mentioned this was in stock) The problem is, however, that in no way can I turn on password authentication in the AP, and my only form protection is mentioned address filtering. It seems to me that I've tried to rip encryption in FB and AP in all ways, because it seems to me that this may be the reason. Encryption on the second network with FB is enabled (WPA2 / AES) and can be connected.
Encryption offered by AP Tp link lack WPA Personal WPA Enterprise WPA2 Personal WPA2 Enterprise WPA2 Personal Mixed WPA2 Enterprise Mixed RADIUS WEP
I'm not a magician, and the configuration of existing home networks was limited to setting one router. Now, initially delighted with the launch of AP, he realizes that such an unsecured network has no right to exist. Please help someone with more experience.
I have different Ssid networks, but as I mentioned, the Internet is in both FB and AP. What's more, address filtering here and here is enabled, and other devices have been set to connect and this difference does not bother. At the moment, everything is ok except for the lack of encryption. What encryption exactly would you enable in FB and AC? I gave all the possibilities in the previous post. pzdr