If I'm wrong, please let me know what I should do to secure my setup.
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only if the router in question has a firewall built in, if not, then there's obviously no advantage here. even if the router does have a firewall, you have to assume that it's configured correctly, and then you have to assume that it's actually a good firewall. that's a lot of assumptions.
I have always been under the impression that just connecting a router to my computers sets up a firewall and is sufficient for home use.
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