VPN Routers Review

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As more and more devices without VPN support makes it into our homes and offices so does the demand for alternative VPN solutions. An increasingly popular option is to connect to VPN from a router and thereby provide the benefits for all devices connected to the router. Hence the need for this VPN router review.

Devices such as the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Apple TV, Roku Box, Nintendo 3DS, HDT TVs, Blu-Ray players all lack the option of connecting to a VPN.

An alternative method is sharing a VPN connection from your computer.

Below is a list of reviewed routers all compatible and recommended by the industry leader Unlocator.

ASUS RT-N16 Review
Looking for the ultimate VPN router then look no further. With and impressive 128mb RAM to run the DD-WRT firmware, this is a monster router set to give you the best VPN throughput on the market.
$89 Buy Now
Cisco-Linksys E-2000
An all-round dual band router with N-support from Linksys/Cisco. A classic router capable of DD-WRT support.
$59 Buy Now
Cisco-Linksys WRT54GL
Standard router capable of using DD-WRT, but be aware of the low Ram available. Can work with VPN connections but not the best option.
$49 Buy Now
How to setup VPN on Windows

HideMyAss on Windows

Watch this quick video to learn how to setup and use the VPN application on Windows.
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How to setup VPN on OSX

HideMyAss on OS X

Watch this quick video to learn how to setup and use the VPN application on OS X.
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Setup VPN Manually on Windows

If you want to use the build in VPN client in Windows you can simply use settings from Hide My Ass and setup a connection manually.
Setup VPN on Windows

Setup VPN Manually on OS X

If you want to use the build in VPN client in OS X you can simply use settings from Hide My Ass and setup a connection manually.
Setup VPN on OS X