Aquiring a vpn and setting it up

  Blubottle 08:11 28 Apr 2017

I have a windows desktop, an ipad, a linux laptop, and two raspberry pi's, how do I set up a VPN to accomodate the lot. My router is a TP Link AC 1750 ADSL2 modem router. Regards

  Jollyjohn 15:44 28 Apr 2017

I don't think you need a VPN - Virtual Private Network - these are usually used for connecting to work computers from home for home working.

I think you just need to set up your network to be able to share files, is this right? If so I will post more info tomorrow, just about to go out to work now.

What version of Windows are you running and which Linux distro are you using?

  Blubottle 16:19 28 Apr 2017

Hi thanks for your reply, I do need a VPN as I run 2 raspberry Pi's running Kodi not so much for the others, although my Laptop runs Linux mint with cinnamon 18.1. Desktop runs Win 7, ipad ios

  Jollyjohn 15:15 29 Apr 2017

This should help - click here

  Blubottle 07:31 30 Apr 2017

Nothing there

  Jollyjohn 07:55 30 Apr 2017

The link click here is to and detailed how to download and configure OpenVPN on a Raspberry Pi Kodi

  Blubottle 12:55 30 Apr 2017

Thanks but it's quite complicated.

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