VyprVPN Router App support PPPoE
It would be good if all PPPoE connected internet users could utilize a VPN router.
The following link indicates PPPoE is not currently supported.
I can also attest to PPPoE being used in the US, While it is an older setup Verizon FiOS still uses it.
PPPoE is certainly used in the US. I have a fairly new (1 year old) 1 gig connection over fiber to my home through CenturyLink, and it is PPPoE. I front my home network with a pfSense server and would dearly love to have this functionality. What is the problem?
Gehan Gonsalkorale commented
Would love this. If it's something I can help with let me know! From the looks of things it was something that wasn't working but you couldn't figure out why?
Andrew Brooks commented
This has been a known and long ongoing issue with their VPN app and PPPoE. As far as I've been told, the US do not use PPPoE, hence why any other country that does (Australia & South Africa for example), are getting left out.
Daniel Lloyd commented
I am a little confused. If the market for VyprVPN Router App is Enterprise/Shared MultiOccupancy Dwellings/Whole Family Households, and GoldenFrog have chosen Shibby's TomatoUSB firmware to build on, then surely you need to finish the job and support Fibre Broadband connections (PPPoE), surely the most common of connections (?), which will increase your user base, and allow them use of your VyprDNS offering. I imagine Family Households are most concerned about security and p2p download abuse, and a VPN Router would certainly help with these anxieties.