ROUTEUR compatible vpn
chevalierarthur1 at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 2 11:00:50 UTC 2012
thank you for your response.
goal: not having a pc on. So a dedicated router.
But, given the experience gained, I do not think the brand is the best cisco as the reliability of machines tested surprises: freeze or overheat inbconsidérée. But I could be wrong.
to: manage a set of machines (managing fire, flood, security for remote sites: the electricity is solar in the absence of people. A generator in case of human presence.)
Currently there are SIX machines connected to the ADSL modem.
We want to put these machines in vpn client through a router vpn client.
This avoids having to configure each machine in turn.
The other advantage is that if we can have a powerful router, we can separate the SSID connections from each other by virtual SSIDs (I am here as an example DD-WRT).
I'm listening to all that goes back informaition.
With my thanks to all.
the translation is done by Google.
From: compdoc at hotrodpc.com
To: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
Subject: RE: ROUTEUR compatible vpn
Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2012 15:00:21 -0700
> goal: a router capable of supporting the VPN client to avoid me to update all devices in vpn. One very nice distro with excellent openvpn and ipsec vpn support, is Endian Firewall (EFW). Free to use. Normally it runs on a spare computer, however it can be ran inside a virtual machine and so live on an existing server. But if running in a VM, it does need a dedicated network card.
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