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#275651 2-Sep-2020 12:40
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So my old Linksys wrt1900 router has built in open VPN. I'm with Vodafone at the moment but most probably will be switching to 2°. But they are on CGNAT

Would that prevent me utilising the openvpn feature?

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  #2555591 2-Sep-2020 13:08
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Yes, you would need to request a Static IP. 


 
 
 

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  #2555593 2-Sep-2020 13:10
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The Fritzbox does OpenVPN fine, I connect using my Android phone. But yeah you need to pay the $10 a month for a static IP for it to work.


  #2555687 2-Sep-2020 14:33
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Do you think the Fritzbox provided modem is better than the WRT-1900AC (version1) modem that I have? Especially love the built-in OpenVPN and also the wifi coverage is great with 4 antennas etc.

 

I haven't ever used Fritzbox before.




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  #2555708 2-Sep-2020 14:59
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Fritz is good, plus 2degrees remotely updates / controls it so if you bork it like I did once they can fix it. You can use your one as a WAP or something. Or just use your one if you're confident you can manage it.


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