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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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<span style="font-size: 14.479998588562px;">Im willing to replace the router if thats nessasery
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Can see why.

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
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.

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

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