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Question

Setting up VPN for my Home Network

I want to create a VPN network at home

I have a Linksys EA6900 router with static IP

A mobile phone wifi connect to my router
A Tablet wifi connect
A PC - wired to router
A WD-NAS wired to router
A TV wired to router

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Can see why.
Apr 27, 2015 1:53AM PDT

Sure, go right ahead but nothing you listed would require VPN.
Bob

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Private and Popcorn

I would love to wach movies on Popcorn time without risk anything and Im asking for advice how to do it best and notthing else.

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torrent movie streaming
Apr 27, 2015 2:34AM PDT
https://popcorntime.io/

I can see why you want protection. I don't see where a VPN connection to the popcorn is offered. How are you wanting a VPN? That's for secure connections across the internet and really have nothing to do with computers on a home LAN doing folder sharing. For instance, you might want to take a trip but connect home to a computer on the LAN, so have a VPN setup between them. How does this relate however to popcorn?
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That is like asking how to jack a car and not get caught.
Apr 27, 2015 2:39AM PDT

But on topic, there would be no changes to your network. Your VPN would be from the PC to somewhere else or someone else's VPN so again not a change to your network.

http://artlawjournal.com/popcorn-time-legal/ calls this infringement as since the forum policies are clear on this as well as our host CBS I must lock this thread.
Bob