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TP-Link is the most used wireless router in the world and is used to extend a WAN network to connect multiple devices. Setting up PureVPN on your TP-Link router manually is not a hefty task. We used the TP-Link TL-WR940N (c 3. 16.9 Build 150311 Rel.62186n) for this how-to. There are so many models of TP-Link routers, and so not all of them can be entertained. However, this should give you a general idea of how the setup process will be.
Things to Consider:
Before you begin, please make sure that:
Please follow below steps to configure PureVPN manually on TP-Link Router:
1 The following image describes how the VPN setup will look like.
2 Access your router control panel and click ‘Network’ from the left panel and then click ‘WAN’.
3 In ‘WAN Connection Type’ select ‘PPTP/Russia PPTP’ from drop down menu.
4 Type in your PureVPN ‘Username’ and ‘Password’ in respective fields as provided by PureVPN
5 Select ‘Dynamic IP’.
6 In ‘Service IP Address’ field Insert your desired server address in ‘VPN Server’. Click here to get server list
7 Click on ‘DHCP’ and then enter Primary and Secondary DNS
8 Click on ‘Basic Security’ and enable:
IP Sec Passthrough
9 Choose whether you would like to be reconnected manually, on demand or always.
10 When you have done the above, click on “Save”. You Are Done!
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