Setting up NordVPN on a router is reasonably simple and it’s one of the best ways to protect your entire home network, as you won’t need a VPN on every individual phone, laptop or tablet because they will all connect through your router to gain access to the wider internet.
The first thing you’re going to need to is to check that your router can support OpenVPN as a “Client” (rather than a Server). The best way to do this is to find the make and model number of your router and look it up online on the manufacturer’s website. If you have a router supplied by your ISP these typically won’t support OpenVPN so do keep that in mind.
If you find that your router does indeed support OpenVPN in a Client role, then you can head on over to NordVPN’s website where there will be a set-up tutorial in its database for your specific router.
Simply type your router’s manufacturer into the help database and follow the instructions provided.