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New to FritzBox users: AVM integrates practical features into its routers

New to FritzBox users: AVM integrates practical features into its routers

FritzBox users get a practical feature for their router. The manufacturer integrates the VPN program into devices with the AVM update. Read what it gives you here.

AVM has a great message for many FritzBox users. With future updates, popular routers will have new functionality. It will then find its way into WireGuard devices. This is a “virtual private network”. Users can enable this to simulate a different IP address. VPN is used if you want to browse relatively anonymously, without leaving any traces on the network.

According to WireGuard, encrypted connections for other computers can be installed here to create a separate network between them. Since internet access through the program must be used, losses in speed are expected. Users of the “IP forum” have already performed initial checks on the initial version of the process Carried out. With a 100 Mbit connection, it was about 60 Mbit download per second. During uploading, performance decreases from 40 Mbit to 36 Mbit per second.

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FritzBox Feature: When will it be released?

In the future, FritzBox users may expect WireGuard integration.
In the future, FritzBox users may expect WireGuard integration.

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It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Initially, AVM will only test WireGuard integration FritzBox 7590 AX. If the first tests are successful, many routers should have a beta update. AVM has not yet released when this will happen.

The new functionality is currently expected to appear with FritzOS 7.39. As usual, there will only be its laboratory version. In addition, routers should only be provided with a gradual upgrade. We have one of the devices currently being updated Great FritzBox Overview In short for you.

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