This exactly what i am looking for, a way for my tv's, ps3's and my whole network to be hidden so i can access the US content form my panny tv, and ps3.I just subscribed to StrongVPN and configured it on my dd-wrt firmware router and now my entire network can access US based services. Hulu for my PC, Pandora for my Sonos...the list get longer with everything I try. The speeds are very good but it depends on the router you are using, the older router like a WRT54G only has a 200Mhz processor whereas the WRT310N has a 300 Mhz and that makes a difference. I am going to upgrade to the WRT610N to get a 600 Mhz processor. I was loosing about 20% of my bandwidth on the 310N when downloading from newsgroups. Now the is pretty good considering it has 10 download streams running and the router is encyrpting all of it.
I will be working on routing with the router to only route US based service through the VPN tunnel and leave non-location based traffic through my ISP. Another plus...not throttling for bittorrent and other P2P!
Hey romstah.I bought a wireless N router with vpn pass-through, and using the stock firmware, I get around 4-5 Mbps when connected to strongvpn.
You need a router with firmware that supports VPN. DD-WRT firmware does. Tomato probably does as well. Not sure which routers support it with native firmware. The actual setup would be similar to setting up VPN anywhere else. (Enter VPN IP, username, password and any other info.)If so, how would I setup?