Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by baraa22, Feb 27, 2016.
How to hide ip of router via vpn in the router?
You have to use VPN with the other device that is connected to the router to hide the IP of the router. It'll help in hiding the IP of router.
L2TP? no IPSEC?
sort of useless. It's like going outside with only your underwear on. you aren't naked, but you are only wearing your underwear.
i either subscribe to a VPN service (and use SSL encryption...it's the only way my ISP doesnt mess too much with my traffic) or what i am currently working on, a homemade router using an old dual-core desktop with pfsense installed. lots of options for setting up VPN and/or socks proxies, caching, network antivirus and a monster firewall among other things.
it's actually fun and its better than buying a router. it can be a pain to set up but if you are trying to dance with the bigboys (cough* shhh can't talk about them in this part of the forum) it's one of the best ways to go.
if you can (depending on your router model), you can flash your router's firmware with DD-WRT or tomato or whatever its called and unlock your router's true capabilities
ISP routers are Satan's spawn. burn it with fire.
The router doesn't access the internet by itself. Usually, there are computers behind that router which access the internet with the external IP of the router.
if you want to hide that IP, use the HMA vpn on the computer(s) from which you are connecting to the internet. The vpn is able to bypass NAT so you won't have any problems. That way the router external IP won't matter much as it won't be seen anywhere when you are on the internet in any application.
If you really need to run the VPN on your router, the router must support it. From my point of view it's better to run the vpn on your computer because it will be the same thing.
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