I think the subject line may have thrown people off. I'm looking for
a HARDWARE or appliance solution... not software or a package. I
just want it to play nice with Linux servers and/or clients.
I hope this helps.
On Jan 29, 2006, at 7:48 PM, Ryan D'Baisse wrote:
I have recently setup three FC4 machines at home to try my hand at
Linux development. I will soon be setting up SVN and beginning to
use Eclipse for C++ and Java development. I would like to be able
to VPN into my network, here at home, and then use SSH, SVN, etc.
I do NOT want to simply open up all of those ports on my firewall.
Unfortunately, all of the VPN routers I can find (like the Linksys
models) all stress Windows.
Can someone recommend a good VPN router that will play nice with
Will I be forced to use the vendor's (Linksys', Netgear's, etc.)
proprietary VPN client software or does Linux come with something
that should work based on some standard?
Does anyone know if there are major differences between the Linksys
BEFVP41 and the RV0041, besides the gigE port?
P.S. I have both DSL and cable, if that matters (port blocking,