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Nord VPN and connection to VF Router

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Can any one help with how i can connect Nord VPN to my VF Router please?

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Vodafone Gigafast service, provided over cityfibre's network, I get approx 940Mbps up and down on that, I also have BT FTTP which is 330Mbps down, 50Mbps Up, the Draytek load balances those two connections and feeds my network via its 10Gbe ports but on a multi session download it can use both connections for the same task eg Steam downloads, microsoft updates etc it pulls approx 1250Mbps.  I dont need all that obviously, i just struggled for years on 4Mb ADSL (until Feb this year), I thought what the hell, lets go mad!

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You can't run a VPN on a VF router, at least not on the THG3000, I don't know for sure on the earlier routers but it is unlikely.

You will have to run it on the devices, they have apps/clients for just about everything.

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its a shame that VF don't allow for this... 

 

thanks anyway.

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Your only real option is to replace with your own router.

You will need to get your login details from Vodafone.

Also be warned that max speed on Nord gets me about 200-300Mbps on my 900Mbps gigafast connection using a Draytek 3910 which has spec speed of 9000Mbps NAT throughput.

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wow how do you get that level of speed?  sorry not technical so don't know as i only have super fast 2 from Vodafone which seems to be fine

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Vodafone Gigafast service, provided over cityfibre's network, I get approx 940Mbps up and down on that, I also have BT FTTP which is 330Mbps down, 50Mbps Up, the Draytek load balances those two connections and feeds my network via its 10Gbe ports but on a multi session download it can use both connections for the same task eg Steam downloads, microsoft updates etc it pulls approx 1250Mbps.  I dont need all that obviously, i just struggled for years on 4Mb ADSL (until Feb this year), I thought what the hell, lets go mad!

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