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Properly setting up a VPN

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#1 leftygrove


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Posted 13 December 2012 - 10:45 PM

Hi all,

I'm often on my university WiFi, which is unsecured. I have a new ASUS router that supports a VPN network, so I've created a VPN network and it seems to be working-- I connect to the VPN through the unsecured WiFi and I can see my home computers on my network.

Here's my issue-- I want to tunnel all my internet browsing through the VPN, for security, but when I'm on my VPN, I can't browse the internet. I understand that I can go into advanced settings and set it up so that I'm on the VPN while still browsing on the unsecured wireless (I think that's called split-tunneling), but that seems to defeat the purpose. I think I have to set up port forwarding, or maybe a DNS server... can anyone help me with this? I'm a bit lost.



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