Hey McRumors community, need a little help choosing a VPN Router. Use Case: I live 60 miles from my employer's office where I maintain several VoIP labs. One of the labs that i will be using more in the future is on a network that is accessible via VPN. I have an account on the office VPN for both remote access using OpenVPN client on my Mac, as well as an account for a Site-to-Site. I would like to be able to work from home more, so searching for a viable VPN Router solution. Improving home WiFi would be a secondary goal. My home network is Airport based, with Comcast ISP. I get one IP address to share. I am searching for a solution that will allow me to: Route general network traffic through the Comcast network (bypass the VPN Tunnel). Route lab traffic through the VPN Tunnel. I was looking at Synlogy RT2600ac, which I think might be able to do the trick, but I am not fully up to speed on VPN concepts, so hoping to get input from some experts. If I setup a Site-to-site tunnel, how can I route traffic from the VoIP phones (and my Mac when doing lab testing) over the tunnel, but all all other traffic to bypass the tunnel? In the Site-to-Site setup screens, the Local and Remote site Private Subnets are defined. Does this in effect create a policy in which only traffic from my local subnet that is destined for the remote private subnet will use the tunnel? If so, then it seems easy-peasy to accomplish my goals with this router.