Vpn wifi extender

Vpn wifi extender DEFAULT

FUNCTIONS

HARDWARE INTERFACE

MANAGEMENT & INSTALLATION

•Supports router, access point, range extender, wireless bridge and WISP modes
•Guest network
•Up to 8 SSIDs (2.4GHz x 4 and 5GHz x 4) with VLAN support in AP mode
•IGMP proxy and IGMP snooping
•DDNS and DHCP
•Port triggering for special applications
•Virtual server and DMZ hosting
•MAC/IP filter and URL blocking
•Virtual server and DMZ hosting
•iQoS for smart bandwidth management
•Static routing
•UPnP architecture
•VPN pass-through (IPSec/PPTP)
•Wi-Fi schedule control
•Fault tolerance firmware upgrade

•1 x RJ-45 10/100M WAN port
•3 x RJ-45 10/100M LAN port
•LED indicators: power, Internet, 2.4GHz wireless, 5GHz wireless, new FW, VPN
•2 x 2.4GHz antennas and 1 x 5GHz antenna
•WPS/Reset button

•Multi-language user interface
•Supports remote management
•System status and security log
•Firmware upgradable
•Smart iQ Setup, no CD required
•Supports smartphone, tablet or laptop setup (iOS 4 or Android 4 and above are required for smartphone or tablet setup) with web browser (Internet explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Safari)

WAN

OUTPUT POWER & SENSITIVITY GAIN (5GHz)

OUTPUT POWER & SENSITIVITY GAIN (2.4GHz)

•Supports WISP connection mode
•Supports RJ-45 cable/xDSL modems
•WAN protocol: PPPoE, static IP, dynamic IP, PPTP and L2TP

Output Power
•11a(54Mbps): 14±1dBm
•11n(20MHz, MCS7): 13±1dBm
•11n(40MHz, MCS7): 13±1dBm
•11n(80MHz, MCS9): 12±1dBm
Receive Sensitivity
•11a(54Mbps): ‐68±2dBm
•11n(20MHz, MCS7): ‐68±2dBm
•11n(40MHz, MCS7): ‐68±2dBm
•11n(80MHz, MCS9): -51±2dBm

Output Power
•11b (11Mbps): 18±1dBm
•11g (54Mbps): 14±1dBm
•11n (20MHz, MCS7): 13±1dBm
•11n (40MHz, MCS7): 13±1dBm
Receive Sensitivity
•11b(11Mbps): ‐85±2dBm
•11g (54Mbps): ‐68±2dBm
•11n(20MHz, MCS7): ‐68±2dBm
•11n(40MHz, MCS7): ‐68±2dBm

SECURITY

MEMORY

HUMIDITY & TEMPERATURE

•64/128-bit WEP encryption, WPA and WPA2 security
•QoS for critical operations
•SPI anti-DoS firewall

•16MB NOR Flash
•64MB RAM

•10-90% (non-condensing)
•0-40oC

POWER ADAPTER

DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS

CERTIFICATIONS

•DC 5V, 1.5A

•160mm x 115mm x 31mm
•170g

•FCC/CE

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Old01-14-2017, 09:33 AM
 

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Situation:

Let's say I can connect to a wifi in a foreign country. Because the IP is based outside the US, I'm unable to watch streaming services similar to Hulu.

Proposed Solution:

Step 1: Install a wifi extender and have it connect to the network. Step 2: Edit the settings so that any device that connects to the extender routes to a high-quality US-based VPN for $10 a month. Step 3: Simply connect a Roku or other decide to the Wifi extender and I should now be able to access U.S. content.

My question for city-data is: will this work? Any other methods that will get the same desired result? What is a good wifi extender that will accomplish the above?

Note: For the purpose of this question I said services similar to Hulu, not Hulu itself, so there is no TOS restrictions.

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Old01-15-2017, 09:24 AM
 

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VPNs that I'm aware of work on terminal devices, not at the LAN level, at least not consumer LAN equipment. Can't you just set up your devices to only connect through a VPN? Much simpler.

Why do you even need an extender?

Regardless, I suspect your biggest problem with this approach will be throughput. Maybe you can do 480p? Or does your VPN provider offer higher throughput? How about data caps by them?

You are hardly the first to try this, so I would not worry too much about TOS violations. Just don't be blatant about it, like post captures to youtube.

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Old01-15-2017, 02:06 PM
 

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Originally Posted by bigbear99View Post

Can't you just set up your devices to only connect through a VPN? Much simpler.

Not an option for the equipment I'm using.

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Regardless, I suspect your biggest problem with this approach will be throughput. Maybe you can do 480p? Or does your VPN provider offer higher throughput? How about data caps by them?
The service I'm using is closer to the amount of data required for VOIP than video.

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You are hardly the first to try this, so I would not worry too much about TOS violations. Just don't be blatant about it, like post captures to youtube.
Really, there is no TOS violations as the issue is censorship\blocking of the IP address by the internet service provider/host country.

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VPNs that I'm aware of work on terminal devices, not at the LAN level, at least not consumer LAN equipment.

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Why do you even need an extender?
I believe I may have found a wifi extender that will route via vpn/proximity server and it suits my need to connect one or multiple devices, by wifi or LAN connection, so that they appear to have a US-based IP address. I'm unable to configure the devices to route through a proxy - some of them don't even have wifi ability so will need to connect them via LAN cable. I'm open to other suggestions, but the wifi extender which allows VPN/Proxy server routing is the only idea I have to solve this situation.
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Old01-15-2017, 02:43 PM
 

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^ Let's say the home router is owned by the ISP and I would prefer not to mess with the settings, hence the use of a wifi extender which can the be freely configured.

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Old01-15-2017, 02:56 PM
 

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One of the ASUS mentioned in the article should do it.

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WIRELESS VPN EXTENDER SETUP

Adding a FlashRouter into your network as a dedicated VPN client connection is simple enough when you can wire in directly to your modem or primary router device. However, in some cases you may not have physical access to the main network router, or perhaps the device used to create a wireless network in your home has no Ethernet ports at all. Using a FlashRouter Wireless VPN Extender you can still create your own personal WiFi network, with an active VPN connection.

A common scenario for this setup is when you are provided with a public or shared wireless SSID and password such as in an apartment complex, school, hotel, or coffee shop. A FlashRouter can repeat that wireless signal through its own virtual network with a unique SSID and password that only you know. As soon as you setup a VPN connection on the FlashRouter, the repeated wireless signal and all wired FlashRouter ports will encrypt all your network traffic.

Additional uses for VPN extender setup would be if you use a wireless MiFi Hotspot device, or a tethered smartphone wireless network using data from your phone plan as your primary Internet connection. Not only can you use a FlashRouter to secure all wireless network traffic through VPN, you also add the option to connect wired only devices to the Internet through any FlashRouter Ethernet port.

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Using WiFi Extenders with VPN Router

WiFi Extenders can be connected to your VPN Router to boost the signal from your VPN Router throughout your entire home or office in order to get a reliable VPN network performance in every corner. 

Which models of WiFi Extender do you recommend?

Essentially any manufacturer WiFi Extender should work just fine with the VPN Router, we have personally tested several models including these popular choices:

  • D-Link DAP-1320 Wireless N300 Range Extender
  • D-Link Wi-Fi Dual Band Range Extender DAP-1520
  • D-Link Wireless AC1200 Dual Band Gigabit Range Extender DAP-1650
  • Linksys RE6500 AC1200 Dual-Band Wireless Range Extender
  • Linksys Velop
  • Netgear AC1200 WiFi Range Extender EX6150
  • Netgear AC1200 Desktop WiFi Range Extender EX6200
  • TP-Link RE350 AC1200 Wi-Fi Range Extender

Common Mistake with WiFi Extenders?

We regularly hear from customers who forget to switch their WiFi Extender from their ISP Router to their VPN Router, if you wish to extend your VPN network range rather than your ISP network then you will need to disconnect the extender connected to your ISP Router and connect it to the VPN Router instead.  For instance, if your VPN Router is in one room and you have a device which needs a WiFi connection from your VPN Router (e.g. MAG Box, Zgemma, FireTV, Apple TV, PS4, XBox, NOW TV etc) then your need to make sure to connect your WiFi Extender to your VPN Router and not your ISP Router.

Pairing Your WiFi Extender

To connect your WiFi Extender to your VPN Router we recommend using the WPS button:

  • Press and hold the WPS button on your WiFi Extender for 5 seconds. On most models the WPS light the front should blink.
  • Within 2 minutes, press the WPS button on your VPN Router (it is safe to press the button without resetting your VPN Router).
  • Wait for at least 2 minutes while the WiFi Extender connects to your VPN enabled wireless network.
  • If successful, the WPS light on your WiFi Extender should turn solid green and the 2.4 GHz Link Rate should light up.
  • If you use the PRO Model of our VPN Router which supports the 5 GHz band, just repeat the above steps to connect the WiFi Extender to the 5 GHz band. If successful, then the 5 GHz Link Rate light on your WiFi Extender should also turn solid green.
  • You can then connect your devices to your VPN enabled network (e.g. UK-WIFI-1234) and your devices will connect via the WiFi Extender rather than seek a direct WiFi connection to the VPN Router.

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