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Can I use VPN from a home network?

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Posted: 11 Jul, 2012
by: Weber L.
Updated: 11 Jul, 2012
by: Weber L.
As long as your web browser supports SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), as most browsers do, VPN should work if your computer connects to the Internet via a home network. It has been used successfully with a number of wireless routers, such as Linksys, Netgear, Belkin, and Apple Airport Base Station (except the Graphite model).
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