Lightlike wrote: This answer on the D-Link forum says this router 'cannot function as a stand alone VPN server, it only has VPN passthrough capability' answers.dlink.com/answers/1770-enus/product/US129541/dir-868l-questions-answers/questions.htm Is the information on the D-Link site old, incorrect, or were you using custom firmware? The D-Link statement is still correct. You don't need to run a VPN server on your router to connect thru HMA or other VPN providers. Just need to run a VPN client.
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The server overloaded above refers to HMA VPN server. Yapsf73 wrote: How do I setup certain IPs to access via VPN and other IPs to bypass the VPN on the D-Link? I would just want my Apple TV to use HMA, but not other devices. Certain vpn services (i think astrill is one) offer a widget than u can install on the router but it only runs on certain routers, not on the 868 i think. You could investigate the use of 3rd party firmware as suggested by Ah Pin Kor but i personally dont have experience in that method Instead, my suggestion to ensure that only certain devices are covered by vpn would be to use a separate router set as a sub-network.
This secondary router will run the vpn client and devices that are supposed to be covered under the vpn will link to this secondary router. This is the method i m using. A normal access point set-up will prob not work in this situation bec in AP mode, various options become unavailable.