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Configuring a PureVPN tunnel on your router is a great way to ensure the safety and security of all the devices in your home. This method is especially beneficial if you have devices that don’t have VPN compatibility or you want to protect all the Wi-Fi-connected devices in your home.
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Thanks a lot for your feedback, really appreciate it. We have highlighted all options for the convenience of other users.
Couple of notes:
– You only need for working vpn connection: “Enable PPTP” & profile information
– Active profile (if you have saved multiple purevpn connections – then one of them need to be active)
All the rest:
– Connect automaticly is free of choice – but if you want that vpn tunnel is on after router reboot you have to tick that
– Echo timeout – free of choice
– Echo count – free of choice
– “Block traffic….” is choice of your own… Depends what you want to do if VPN goes down
Btw. Echo timeout & count were default numbers…
Just wanted to clarify those.