Hi all, I'm hoping someone can help me. I'm based in the UK and currently accessing US Netflix shows by using a VPN service on my iPhone 5s/iPad Mini and Airplaying it to the Apple TV. It isn't completely seamless (it can be a bit jerky using airplay) and I am looking at options for VPN authentication for the Apple TV. I already have a fairly complex network (for a home setup): I have a new Airport Extreme 802.11ac in the living room which is attached to a cable modem. There are two older Airport Extreme (802.11n) routers attached to the first one which provide wired connections to various devices (in bridge mode), with one of them extending wifi at the back of the house. The Apple TV doesn't, of course, have any facility to authenticate VPN. I need a box between the Apple TV in the living room that authenticates VPN that can sit between the Apple TV and the 802.11ac router. I do not want to replace the 802.11ac Airport Extreme. I know the Asus RT-N16 router allows for VPN authentication. Does anyone have this and can the wifi be disabled, and the router put into bridge mode? Otherwise is there some sort of VPN authentication router/switch/box/thing that I can just attach the Living Room Apple TV to and have it pass VPN? What I don't want to do is replace my network with a router that puts everything through VPN (as it makes online purchasing a problem with UK credit cards that think fraud is happening when loads of transactions show up as coming from US IP addresses. Many thanks.