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Topic # 150258 16-Jul-2014 16:09
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Anyone have two DD WRT routers connected at the same time to two different locations? E.g Always on to the states and the UK. If so who is your VPN provider?

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  Reply # 1090104 16-Jul-2014 16:14
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Pretty sure Astrill will allow this. They have an add-on that allows up to 5 connections, I'm currently using 3 at once from different machines although not via there DD-WRT add-on but I don't see how it would be any different.




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  Reply # 1090105 16-Jul-2014 16:15
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geekiegeek: Pretty sure Astrill will allow this. They have an add-on that allows up to 5 connections, I'm currently using 3 at once from different machines although not via there DD-WRT add-on but I don't see how it would be any different.


Prior to this post I just got off chatting to them and they said no.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1090113 16-Jul-2014 16:25
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I use a vps in the US and the UK.. Works well for me.







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  Reply # 1090120 16-Jul-2014 16:32
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BarTender: I use a vps in the US and the UK.. Works well for me.


You're with Astrill and you have two connections via two routers to two different locations working simultaneously?

 

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  Reply # 1090153 16-Jul-2014 17:03
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psychnurse:
BarTender: I use a vps in the US and the UK.. Works well for me.


You're with Astrill and you have two connections via two routers to two different locations working simultaneously?

 


I have my own light vps in the states that runs debian... I can do whatever I want on it including running openvpn. Just have a limit of 150gb per month. Which is pretty hard to exceed.

It only cost me 3 euro per year.... so I thought why not.





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