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Any wireless router will work, just make sure you secure your network.

Look on the Hak.5 Episode 1x03 and you'll have some tips on how to do that.

I would recommend Linksis, Very good router and it's easy to secure it too.

Just firewall the thing of and only let VPN traffic through. WPA, WPA2 personal and WEP are for bitches.

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Any wireless router will work, just make sure you secure your network.

Look on the Hak.5 Episode 1x03 and you'll have some tips on how to do that.

I would recommend Linksis, Very good router and it's easy to secure it too.

Just firewall the thing of and only let VPN traffic through. WPA, WPA2 personal and WEP are for bitches.

How would I go about setting that up? I'm guessing my DD-WRT box won't do it, so is it a case of monowall and IP tables?

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Ok, call me a n00b on this one but its been a long weird day at work:

I run openVPN on a computer on my local network. Then I set the default gateway on my router to what IP? The IP of the local machine running the VPN server? That would make no sense. In terms of cabling, 1 box running openVPN, a pool of desktops, a WRT54g and IP addresses, could you give me a 30 second quick overview?

Is it a case of just routing all the traffic threw the VPN server before it gets to the router? Or can I do something cool with my routers built in VPN server (which killed my entire offices internet connection)?

edit: thanks Metatron, should work like a charm

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