Plus there are limits as you have to JUGGLE the setup to do one thing than another.
1. This would be your router or such being a VPN Server. It's mildly complicated but possible.
But wait, what if you don't have a VPN capable router and refuse to install OpenWrt? Then read
That's a lot more work in my opinion.
2. Yes but you can never ask me another question about it. It's breaking a few agreements and I can't help you if they shut you down.
Then NO! Why? Because your internet upload speed is usually too slow to support video streaming.
3. No. I'm going to shortchange you here as there is no known setup where you can have it all without having to dance around picking which VPN to use (US or MX home or the internet direct.) You can't have all three at the same time. If someone claims to do that, remember it's you and them on that swamp ride. At least I warned you off that idea.
I'm not trying to be mean or wearing the robes of a saint here. It's just so you know what you are getting into may not be a happy result as the streaming speeds EXCEED the upload speeds which some may think is by design. It is but not for blocking or throttling this. The usual internet connection is asymmetric because that works best for average home internet users.
I live and work from two homes...one in Mexico and another in California. I have broadband in both homes, and each home has its own wifi. Unfortunately, I can not access US Netflix or Amazon Prime from Mexico, or, some Mexican premium services from California.
I have 3 sub questions.
1. How can I access my California router (then content in the California server) from my router in Mexico home.
2. Can I access US Netflix or Amazon using California router but accessing it from Mexico.
3. Is there a way to connect both homes as "two" campuses under a single network...so regardless of where the contents are I can access it seamlessly?
I'd be grateful for "easy to understand" answers and how to. Thanks, LuKa