AX73 will support L2TP VPN too?

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AX73 will support L2TP VPN too?
AX73 will support L2TP VPN too?
2021-10-21 04:56:13 - last edited 2021-10-21 05:20:47
Model: Archer AX73  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version:

I was wonder will Archer AX73 support L2TP Vpn too?

because Apple was remove PPTP's VPN, and some company is blocked openvpn(but not remove...)...

 

if AX73 will support L2TP too, it will lot of help for Apple users.

Thanks

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Re:AX73 will support L2TP VPN too?
2021-10-25 09:38:31

@ic3b34r 

 

Hello, it seems you are requesting the L2TP VPN Client feature on the Archer AX73, which has been requested a lot. However, we don't get advanced notice of when new updates are being released or when a feature update will be available. You can keep an eye on the following thread, we will update once there is a new model that supports VPN Client:

[New Firmware] Routers supporting VPN Client

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Re:AX73 will support L2TP VPN too?
2021-10-29 02:29:50

@Kevin_Z 

 

I mean the build in function in iOS's VPN function, but... if TP-Link support more VPN type, it may help for iOS users.

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Re:AX73 will support L2TP VPN too?
2021-11-01 01:27:21

@Kevin_Z 

 

I mean: Lot of iPhone users... they just know build-in VPN function and dont know how to install VPN client for Openvpn...

so TP-LINK only PPTP and OpenVPN supported, but PPTP was removed by Apple and iPhone users can't use it anymore...

 

So if TP-Link router may support more format of VPN(Like L2TP...), it may help a lot for iPhone users, so it may let more iPhone users buy your routers

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