Not really sure what I need, or what to do for either situation... Situation 1: Little bro heading back to boarding school tomorrow, web browsing is heavily filtered for content in a completely overzealous manner; I know because I was in the same boarding house up until just 8 years ago now. It's not really about bandwidth or traffic types, as iPlayer, Youtube, Netflix, WoW, LoL and the like are all allowed, but blocked during prep-time and from 11pm until after school the next day, while useful websites like stackoverflow remain usable, which is good. The kid's 16 and knows up from down and asked me about setting up a tunnel to my house so he can browse freely during the appropriate hours. Because y'know things like mmochampion, and GTA websites are blocked. I have a PFSense router with beefy h/w, and a 330/30Mbps FTTH line, so capacity shouldn't be a problem for basic web browsing, which is all he needs. Is a VPN what I need to liberate him, and should I do this to my media server or to my router? and how? Would this also allow him to access files saved on my NAS (would be a bonus) Situation 2: My Father's off globetrotting. He has a solid 100mb connection, so to route through my piddly 30mbps upload makes no sense, so I believe we're looking at an alternative (paid?) solution. Additionally, he's after the comforts of iPlayer, 4OD etc (He is a UK TV license payer), so I wouldn't really want him hogging my precious bandwidth anyway (also I have security concerns) Can someone recommend some secure software/company (paid is fine) so that he can access this region sensitive content, while not throttling him to some ridiculous speeds? I.E. HD iPlayer, no buffering! Many thanks in advance!