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Old 12.02.2012, 17:31
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Router / Proxy :Calling all tech-heads, nerds and hackers...

Dear all,

On a slightly quiet, can't be bothered to venture up a cold mountain two days in a row, sort of day I thought I'd get 'round to coaxing all the household electronics to "talk" the way I'd like them to... a foolish idea I fear!

Here is how my "simple" plan falls to ground in a nutshell:

We have an array of AV systems with which I would like to use my US and UK proxies. I wish them to default to the proxy via the house network or an independent wifi network without disrupting the existing LAN and WLAN networks.

None of the AV devices ( TVs, AV receivers, Blu Rays, Apple TV etc ) have any way of diverting their "browsing" to a proxy. Thus when you connect them content is clamped swiss side via cablecom CH.

I wish to avoid having a computer buzzing away diverting traffic via the proxies, so... are their any routers that one can simply enter the proxy details into and any machine that addresses or is connected to will "be in the UK or US"?

I was looking at a Cisco RV220W ( ) but can't see it's VPN functions will work in this scenario. I'm far from a networking expert... any ideas?

Cheers in advance,
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