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  1. Hi there, Just bought a Netgear Nighthawk X10 R9000 AD7200. Too many names here for this router - perhaps Netgear R9000 would suffice. I'd like to replace my trusty Asus AC-68 runnning torguard. Wondered if there are any guides or experience here? Thinking of the following steps: 1. Install Kong DD-WRT https://www.myopenrouter.com/download/dd-wrt-kong-mod-netgear-r9000-2018-2-14-initial 2. Copy zip text from here. https://torguard.net/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=47 Any feedback?
  2. Hello, I'm a complete noob at this but I would like to put TorGuard on my router, Netgear R7000 and going back and forth between multiple forums, I'm not sure exactly how to go about this and what is the most current and accurate information. I'm really trying to refrain from bricking my router, like anyone else. 🙃
  3. Ok, I am not sure if this question should be in general VPN or the router section ... but it's sort of a two-level question, so I figured I would post it here. I have a Netgear Nighthawk R7000 router, which offers built-in VPN. But it seems that, at least on the stock firmware, I still have to have an instance of OpenVPN running on a computer at all times for the router to be able to use the VPN for all other connected devices, is this correct? Mostly what I would like to do is have all devices in my home use my TorGuard VPN without having to open up a client on all of them, and would definitely prefer it if I didn't have to have an instance running on a computer at all times. Most of my time is spent on various laptops and devices around the house, and my super-power-hungry PC (which is, seemingly, the best place to keep OpenVPN running) stays off for a good portion of the day. Any insight or ideas? Thanks.
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