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 Does orange broadband supports virtual private networking (VPN)?

Answer There isn't any reason why it wouldn't (assuming you are talking about connecting from a machine with an Internet connection provided by Orange to another machine that is hosting a VPN service).
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Is Orange Broadband down across the whole of the UK?

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