ExtremeVPN Configuration on Cuddy Wi-Fi Router
May 25, 2023
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A powerful dual-core central processing unit powers the Cuddy Wi-Fi Router. It ensures buffer-free 4K UHD streaming to various internet devices, including Smart TVs, mobile devices, and game consoles. It has 4x5dBi High gain antennas to increase its sensitivity. The router can establish connections over longer distances, allowing for robust penetration past obstacles.

Are you a happy owner of a Cuddy Wi-Fi Router? Did you know there’s a way to improve the functionality of your router? All you have to do is install ExtremeVPN on your router to transform it into a security-focused tool. Installing ExtremeVPN on your router will preserve all your devices’ security and privacy while also allowing you to view geo-blocked content.

When you install ExtremeVPN on a router, you’re expanding on the functionalities of ExtremeVPN and guaranteeing that it covers all of the devices connected to the network. In other words, you can protect your phones, laptops, IoT, and other devices connected to the router. In other words, VPNs protect you against data theft and tunnel your traffic so that anyone monitoring it finds it extremely difficult. Furthermore, rerouting your traffic affects your public IP address, and by selecting specific servers, you can easily access geo-blocked sites.

The Cuddy Router has a PPTP/L2TP VPN Client built in. This function allows the router to connect to a VPN Server quickly and encrypt and secure all your online data and traffic.
This feature allows you to synchronize your home and work or school networks. You only need to configure the router once and automatically link all the network’s devices. Continue reading to learn how to install ExtremeVPN on a Cody router step by step.

Step 1: Access the Cudy Router web interface. Navigate to http://cudy.net or http://192.168.10.1 on your web browser. Then log in using “admin” as the password.

Step 2: Go to General Settings, then VPN, and finally, Enable VPN. Select Disable all devices to use VPN at the Default Rule option, then define the devices that will use VPN by clicking on System Status, then Devices, and then enabling or disabling VPN. Or you can select Allow all devices if you want all the devices connected to the router to pass through the VPN.

Select Allow devices in two sites to communicate under the Site-to-Site configuration. Select nothing for VPN Policy. Select No extra settings for Disable, and check that Turn off Internet connections when VPN connection is off is selected under VPN kill switch. Specify which domains and subnets travel over the VPN and which do not fall under Domain and Remote Subnet