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How to install ProtonVPN on your router

How to install ProtonVPN on your router

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There are many advantages to configuring your router to run ProtonVPN. These include:

  • No need to set up a VPN on every device
  • Protects devices that do not support VPNs
  • Automatically secures all your internet traffic
  • Protect your entire home with one device

Learn more about Why you should set up a VPN on your router.

We don’t recommend that you try to set up a VPN connection yourself unless you are a tech-savvy user. You cannot set up ProtonPVN on any router.

You can install ProtonVPN on routers that OpenVPN support as a “client” (rather than being considered a “servant”). You can also Using routers that support IKEv2, But ProtonVPN does not support L2TP.

Note that routers provided to you by your ISP will not generally support VPN configurations.

This means that you must either find a router that has a VPN client package, which can require some searching, or you have to “flash” (or install DD-WRT) on your router, which comes with the risk of making the router Your inoperable if you make a mistake.

However, if you are a tech-savvy user, we have created several guides for routers and firmwares that work with ProtonVPN:

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ProtonVPN Router Guides

Invizbox 2 . router

We’ve partnered with InvizBox to create a ProtonVPN router. This router is open source and configured to easily connect to your Proton account.

AsusWRT router

DD-WRT موجه

OpenWRT موجه prompt

pfSense router

Tomato router (old)

FreshTomato . router

Router Vilfo

FAQ: ProtonVPN on Routers

Q: Will the connection speed slow down if I set up ProtonVPN on my router?

A: It depends on your router’s processing power. If your router can’t handle the extra VPN encryption, then you can see slower speeds.

Q: Will having ProtonVPN on my router protect all my connections?

A: A VPN on your router will protect the connections of all devices connected to the router, but not necessarily the connection between the device and the router. VPN encryption occurs on your router, which means that it only applies to the traffic between your router and your ISP. As long as your router is password protected and you don’t have any unknown devices connected to your network, this shouldn’t be a problem.

Other local network connections, such as the Bluetooth connection between your smartphone and the speaker, will not be protected.

Q: Once I set up the VPN on my router, do I need to do anything else?

A: A router, like any other device, needs to be updated regularly to receive the latest security improvements. If not updated, routers can become incompatible and stop supporting the ProtonVPN service. This can happen if the router is running an old version of OpenVPN (for example, 2.3) or an outdated version of the SSL/TLS networking stack. (These examples are from user problem reports.)

Updating your router will help it stay compatible with our servers. When you choose a router to install ProtonVPN on, you should choose one from a brand that has a proven track record of keeping their firmware updated.

If you have any questions, please contact our support team.


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