ROUTEUR compatible vpn

Nataraj incoming-ubuntu at
Thu Mar 1 21:53:18 UTC 2012

On 03/01/2012 12:51 PM, jean durandt wrote:
> sorry and thank you for letting me know so recalled. So I translate my
> previous message.
> good evening
> Some time ago I was heading for a router you can support the vpn.
> After two purchases a Cisco WRT54GS and WRT610N my trust in this brand
> has melted away like snow.
> goal: a router capable of supporting the VPN client to avoid me to
> update all devices in vpn. Which has no utility.
> In fact, the vpn - for me - is openvpn or similar and certainly not
> the HIPC.
> Thank you for your advice, I need b ien
> To you read

Hi Jean,

I'm not sure weather you are looking for an off the shelf commercial
product.  You can of course roll your own router/vpn server using Ubuntu
server or any other linux distribution.  You might also look at things
like zeroshell or the open source vyatta which install on any PC hardware.

Also, take a look at I have no personal experience
with dd-wrt and don't know how much technical skill is required to
install and configure it, but it is an opensource firmware replacement
for many low end router products, possibly including your Cisco.


Je ne suis pas temps que vous êtes à la recherche d'un plateau hors du
produit commercial. Vous pouvez bien sûr rouler votre propre routeur /
serveur VPN en utilisant le serveur Ubuntu ou toute autre distribution
linux. Vous pouvez aussi regarder les choses comme Zeroshell ou l'open source Vyatta qui installer sur n'importe quel matériel PC.

Aussi, jetez un coup d'oeil à Je n'ai aucune
expérience personnelle avec DD-WRT et ne sais pas combien de
connaissance technique n'est requise pour installer et configurer, mais
il est un remplacement du firmware opensource pour de nombreux produits
à faible routeur d'extrémité, y compris éventuellement votre Cisco.

Bon Chance,

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