Wondering if anyone out there is able to educate me on this... I have SkyQ with 80mbps Fibre. The skyQ router is atrocious. The main problem being it doesn't handle many wifi users at once, without basically developing its own DDoS type symptoms. (I've read a maximum of 4 wifi connections - which doesn't work in modern life) So I've bought a 2nd router to handle the Wifi side of things. This one: https://eu.dlink.com/uk/en/products/dir-878-exo-ac1900-mumimo-wifi-router (cheap black friday purchase, didn't want to spend a fortune) It's set up nicely as a wifi AP, with a separate SSID so I can keep wifi traffic away from the SkyQ router. Sky don't like you using 3rd party routers- for a start the skyQ mini boxes can be tricky to get working with them, so I figured that I would keep the wifi on for the skyQ boxes/miniboxes so they keep working normally, and the new router can deal with everything else. But this means having the SkyQ router be the DHCP one and the new one being just an AP. I would love to have a VPN set up on the new router (the skyQ box won't allow this), but because its only an AP it doesn't seem to work, traffic bypasses all the settings and just jumps straight to the SkyQ router. I could run the Sky router as a modem only, and configure the new router as the DHCP router, but then the SkyQ boxes will struggle. I wondered if you could have 2 DHCP's running at the same time - one handing network addresses 192.168.0. 1-100 (for LAN connections) and the other 192.168.0. 101-255 (wifi), but when I try this I can't access the new router on the network to get to its settings, despite setting a static IP for the 2nd router. Any thoughts? At the moment everything is working except the VPN, and I might just have to accept this.