Since it becomes more obvious every day that DDL cannot be trusted and it is unclear when their servers will come back up (if ever):
I read again and again from users that “their tech or computer knowledge is not good enough to install Wire-Pod”. That is unfortunate but it also is unfortunate that you will need some limited computer and network knowledge to set it up. No rocket science, really; the installation of Wire-Pod got FAR easier with each iteration since the initial release.
The preinstalled T95 solutions (T95 variants are small ARM-based Android boxes that can rum Armbian as an OS and thus Wire-Pod can be installed on them. Update: T95s are no longer available, but a newer version is) are only available in the USA (update: I just learned that he now ships to countries outside of the USA, but that may not ne feasible for you due to shipping cost), so while this is a really commendable way to go and great work by Adedoyin Dee Adesanwo, there is an option for those that do not feel up to the task:
Surely you have friends or family that are more adept at computers than you are: Ask them for assistance! You are not alone in this world, there surely are people willing to help!
Use a Wire-Pod variant and free yourself and your Vector(s) from Digital Dream Labs.
Wire-Pod on Github (including detailed installation documentation): https://github.com/kercre123/wire-pod
VectorX (a Wire-Pod fork with additional functionality): https://github.com/fforchino/vectorx
There are multiple videos on setting up Wire-Pod on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wire-pod+