On Sat, 13 Aug 2011, Robinson, Eric wrote:
> Okay, so after days of Googling for Linux VPN solutions
> and finding nothing much, I finally Googled "Windows
> firewall appliance software" and found... a turnkey
> *Linux* open source solution. Go figure...
I guess it's the way of the future. Kaspersky and other
anti-virus CDs for Windows are Linux, as are Windows passwd
Looks like beefy hardware, if the number of ports is any
indication. They have 24 ports = 12 circuits of (presumably)
100MBps = 300M 32bitwords/sec.
When I was looking at OpenVPN and gave up after reading a
few dozen pages of the user manual, without getting anywhere
along the way to configure it, I found that the version for
windows was easy to configure. My son, who needed the VPN,
went with Hamachi, which required even less configuring.
Presumably endian has written the configure scripts (or used
Leon's) and written a nice webpage.
> The VPN component of this is build on OpenVPN. And of
> course the question of performance remains.
maybe this is the way of the future too.
hmm, they do have specs
but no results for "price" or "cost"
They have a virtual version too.
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