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Hello everyone! I have read the thread with a lot of interest and was happy to see that there are other people here with technical know how. I am thinking about acquiring a VPN router from the States so that I do not need to bother anymore about activating VPN on each of the devices when I want to bypass Emirati censorship. My question would be, is it sufficient if I connect the VPN router to any of the LAN sockets in the wall and connect all other devices to that VPN router or should I, for best results -performance wise- connect it directly in the ceiling, replacing the original one? Obviously the advantage would be that I could use all sockets they activated for me but if the performance is the same probably I will not even bother to replace the existing one. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!
VPNs are not legal here and not to be discussed on the forum. Thank you.

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