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    Hey folks,

    I'm hoping someone out there may know this one as searching around has lead nowhere so far.

    I want a home router which will behave as normal home router (n internal ethernet ports and one external ISP ethernet port).

    All standard so far...

    What I would like this router to do is join a VPN.

    I have moved from the UK to Australia and would like to maintain some UK in country services.

    The VPN would be to a UK site.

    What I want the router to do is route all traffic to my ISP normally unless it is a UK destination. In that case I want the traffic to route to the VPN.

    In the Cisco world this would be possible with Access Control Lists, but I am hoping to avoid the cost/bulk/noise of an enterprise Cicso router.

    Does anybody know of a smaller, cheaper home option?

    Thanks
    Nick
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    Your closest option I would say is to run a RRAS service. Running a tower and install RRAS and use software based VPN services.
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    If you're running DDWRT or OpenWRT on your home router, you should be able to add routes to the VPN tunnel for specific networks.

    Routing - OpenWrt Wiki

    routing - Persistent routes for DD-WRT PPTP VPN client - Super User

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