Better to deploy VPN/shadowsocks client for a home network?

There is a home network:
1) the router keenetic 4g iii
2) 1 laptop
3) 1 tablet
4) 2 andoroid phone

Found the operator feature that is, traffic to let through shodowshocks client on the server, more stable speed.
How to organize this idea: to let a router all traffic has already been processed shodowshocks client om on the server. While in the head two thoughts:
1. Buy a Raspberry Pi, to raise it shodowshocks client and send data to the server
2. Install client (VPN or something like that...) on the router keenetic 4g iii

I think that the second option will be a big load on the router and he can't handle it.
April 4th 20 at 13:21
2 answers
April 4th 20 at 13:23
Well, I would have tested the second, and in case of any problems, the first to choose; as well as the option to look at other options for the organization of the tunnels, e.g., IPsec L2TP. But more correctly, perhaps, to try to begin to solve the problem through the support of the operator.
April 4th 20 at 13:25
Hello) you Can try the Raspberry Pi, the model B+ is the new wireless module that supports Wi-Fi on 5 GHz, and a large support community)
You can read how everything is set up correctly, but there is still a need Kali Linux) to Install Kali Linux on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

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