> openVPN Access Server is super easy to install and fairly
> easy to configure.
> I deployed it at work and it's been working quite well for
> us. However, we currently don't have more than about 10
> people using it at the same time.
We would have a couple thousand people using it, with hundreds of
> Since it's SSL, it's CPU bound. Just throw RAM and more CPU
That shoots it down for us. We need IPSEC. :-(
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