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  1. So I love AirVPN, I use the portable app that runs on my machine, and I get great speeds, usually 60 Mbps when connected. However I would love to run it on my router so that way I could possibly run another VPN on top of it for extra security, but it's more so for the peace of mind knowing that my router is 100% securing my data at all times. I have 2 different routers, and I was going to try to have my main dedicated router broadcasting my normal signal, and then my Asus Rt-n66u running a VPN at all times. After running through the setup guides and everything I was able to get a successful connection however the speeds were terrible, maxing out at around 7 Mbps. I need desperate help as my other router (r7000) has a similar problem with speeds only maxing out at about 10 Mbps. This isn't doable, and I love getting decent speeds but I can't work with something this slow. Has anyone else here had any similar issues with installation to a router? I was also looking at the Ubiquiti Edgerouter as a higher performing router, I just want to be sure I've expended all my resources before I buy another router that may be more powerful.
  2. I've been successfully using my Asus N66U router with Asuswrt-Merlin firmware 374.40 to connect to AirVPN for quite some time. Unfortunately the router doesn't want to connect since updating to the new Certificates and Keys. I downloaded them and pasted them just like I have done many previous times, but sadly I'm not able to connect to Air with the new Certs and Keys. Actually, the router indicates that I am connected to the VPN, but when I check the Air website it indicates that I'm not connected at all. Other than pasting the new Certs and Keys into their appropriate boxes, are there any other changes to the router settings that are necessary for the latest Air update? Thanks in advance and thank you for your wonderful service, Laurelli
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