How to Set Up a VPN on a router
The most common methods of using a VPN are through an appropriate app on a single mobile or desktop device. However, you can also install a VPN on your router, which will effectively cover your entire network. Even though the majority of VPN users avoid doing so, the process is actually quite simple and brings a lot of advantages. In this week’s Zlog, we’ll go over how you can install a VPN on your router and take a look at the best routers compatible with ZoogVPN.
How Does This Work?
Regular VPN users are familiar with how these nifty services work. You just connect to a server of your choice through an app, and the VPN creates a secure and encrypted tunnel between your device and the desired location. This keeps your connection safe and private from anyone monitoring your online activities. But, how does this process work when you connect a VPN on a router since there is no user interface you can control when connected?