I have a Virgin Media Vivid 200Mbps broadband account and since I installed the new Superhub 3.0 hub my connection to AirVPN has dropped to between 5-15Mbps while without AirVPN I have over 200Mbps. I have spent the most of today on the internet researching this and found many threads at the Virgin forums detailing similar problems. At first I thought about reinstalling the previous hub the Superhub 2.0ac which also dropped when using AirVPN but never below 50-60Mbps and often depending on server between 100 - 150Mbps.
When I started using AirVPN 3-4yrs ago I used a Buffalo router with the Virgin superhub in modem mode but the Buffalo didn't have a 1GB option and as my broadband connection rose I found that this caused a bottleneck so when I received the Superhub 2.0ac I dropped the Buffalo router and used the superhub as a router.
I had a look through the net this evening to see what the budget routers have evolved to in the past 2-3yrs since I had the Buffalo and came across a few good reviews on the one in the link. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Linksys-MAX-STREAM-MU-MIMO-Gigabit-Wireless/dp/B01B65ZNXQ but at 68 and not being an expert on this type of thing thought I would ask for some advice here?. At present I do not connect to AirVPN 24/7 I tend to connect to it early on a morning to d/l tv series etc and when finished I disconnect and just use the internet through the Superhub 3.0. Would I be able to continue doing this using the router in the link and the superhub in modem mode or would my broadband connection speed be enough to stay connected to AirVPN 24/7?.