342.5 Mbps Many of the supported routers are outdated and/or underpowered for VPNs I just wanted to say thank you for your help and efforts. I have read a bunch of your writings and have gone with the following. I was on HK r7000 and dd-wrt and NordVPN. Based on your information, I have moved to Asus RT-ac86u with the standard asuswrt and canceled my NordVPN. I could never get more than about 20 mbps down with either router. I have tested many different ways. It had nothing to do with CPU’s on the routers but I am keeping the Asus based on features and flexibility. I am now getting 40 to 60 mbps downloads with Asuswrt and ExpressVPN. While the customer service at NordVPN as great and Express is not nearly as good but the service is better 🙂 PLANET (3) Mondongo de Pollo (@loco_live) Product careProduct support Total 403,408 users 28.38 Mbps A cheap router that delivers sub-par performance is no bargain. Product reviews will give you a hint as to what you can expect, but setting one up in your own home is the only sure way to know how the router will perform in your unique environment. When you buy yours, make sure the retailer you do business with offers a liberal return policy if you’re not satisfied. Total 7,993 users 74.86 Mbps 0 sessions This Page Samsung Connect Home Wireless Router with Built-In SmartThings Hub, White Checkout Hide Your IP "path": '/', As for personal use and whether you should use a VPN at home because of net neutrality, I don't think we're there... yet. Certainly, if you're working on confidential information and connecting into work, you should use a VPN. But we haven't yet seen any evidence of ISPs being so intrusive that always-on VPNs are required at home. How Much Is The Average Cost For a VPN? TCP: 443 WiFi Range I have a couple of experiences to report here. Betternet LLC Inc. AskIT@nyu.edu W10 Fast Wireless Charger TCP: 1565 United States vpn439026591.opengw.net Add Netgear AC 2300 Nighthawk Wireless Router to Trolley bobei Author Email