Have VPN configuerd with Torguard...works just fine
except for one problem, my IP TV service wont work over the VPN
I've followed a million tutorials and even engaged Torguard support but have been unsucessful
How do I stop the gateway pulling the IPTV traffic over the VPN
Thanks in advance!
Ok so I am not the most tech savy guy, im not going to lie. However I am pretty good at following directions and achieiving the end result once I am on the correct path. Here is what I am looking for guidance on. I am stationed in korea, I have a house full of kids and a wife who rely on netflix to stay sane. Currently we use our express VPN thru computers and phones to watch online. However that limits the locations we can watch.
First of all THANK YOU (Tathagata, Kong, Brainslayer, ++ ) for building custom dd-wrt builds for this NETGEAR R6400 and other NETGEAR devices.
The current build is mixing up the MAC "assignment" as similar to this post about the R8000.
I have deployed my old WNR3500Lv2 at my brother's house, as a router only no WAP, running a Shibby AIO build.
Currently he has extremely fast internet, rated at 110 mbps. However I have seen it go as fast as 190+ mpbs in bursts. Therefore I have enabled fast nat in the routers init script, which allows the router to run over 80-90 mbps no problem.
However I am afraid that he is going to turn on QoS or Access restrictions, which will disable fast nat.
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