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Old 02-29-2012, 05:28 PM
jean durandt
 
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bonsoir

il y a quelques temps je me dirigeais vers vous pour un routeur capable de soutenir le vpn. Après deux achats de CISCO un wrt54gs et wrt610n ma confiance en cette marque a fondu comme neige au soleil.

objectif recherché : un routeur capable de supporter le VPN en client afin de m'éviter de mettre à jour tous les appareils en vpn. Ce qui n'a pas d'utilité.

Au fait, le vpn - pour moi - c'est openvpn ou équivalent et certainement pas le ppte.

Merci de vos conseils, j'en ai b ien* besoin

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Old 02-29-2012, 06:19 PM
Gilles Gravier
 
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Hello, Jean!

The language on this list is ENGLISH.

On 29/02/2012 19:28, jean durandt wrote:
> bonsoir
>
> il y a quelques temps je me dirigeais vers vous pour un routeur
> capable de soutenir le vpn. Après deux achats de CISCO un wrt54gs et
> wrt610n ma confiance en cette marque a fondu comme neige au soleil.
>
> objectif recherché : un routeur capable de supporter le VPN en client
> afin de m'éviter de mettre à jour tous les appareils en vpn. Ce qui
> n'a pas d'utilité.
>
> Au fait, le vpn - pour moi - c'est openvpn ou équivalent et
> certainement pas le ppte.
>
> Merci de vos conseils, j'en ai b ien besoin
>
> A vous relire
>

Are you looking for a router that can act as a VPN end-point? (i.e.
implementing an open-vpn server?)

Or are you looking for a router that can pass-through VPN sessions from
inside your house to the outside?

Or are you looking for a router that can port-forward VPN sessions from
the outside of your house to an internal server?

Gilles.

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Old 03-01-2012, 07:51 PM
jean durandt
 
Default ROUTEUR compatible vpn

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

> Date: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 20:19:59 +0100
> From: ggravier@fsfe.org
> To: ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: Re: ROUTEUR compatible vpn
>
> Hello, Jean!
>
> The language on this list is ENGLISH.
>
> On 29/02/2012 19:28, jean durandt wrote:
> > bonsoir
> >
> > il y a quelques temps je me dirigeais vers vous pour un routeur
> > capable de soutenir le vpn. Après deux achats de CISCO un wrt54gs et
> > wrt610n ma confiance en cette marque a fondu comme neige au soleil.
> >
> > objectif recherché : un routeur capable de supporter le VPN en client
> > afin de m'éviter de mettre à jour tous les appareils en vpn. Ce qui
> > n'a pas d'utilité.
> >
> > Au fait, le vpn - pour moi - c'est openvpn ou équivalent et
> > certainement pas le ppte.
> >
> > Merci de vos conseils, j'en ai b ien besoin
> >
> > A vous relire
> >
>
> Are you looking for a router that can act as a VPN end-point? (i.e.
> implementing an open-vpn server?)
>
> Or are you looking for a router that can pass-through VPN sessions from
> inside your house to the outside?
>
> Or are you looking for a router that can port-forward VPN sessions from
> the outside of your house to an internal server?
>
> Gilles.
>
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Old 03-01-2012, 08:53 PM
Nataraj
 
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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 http://www.zeroshell.net/
or the open source vyatta http://www.vyatta.org
which install on any PC hardware.



Also, take a look at http://www.dd-wrt.com
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
http://www.zeroshell.net/ Zeroshell ou l'open source
http://www.vyatta.org Vyatta qui installer sur n'importe quel
matériel PC.



Aussi, jetez un coup d'oeil à http://www.dd-wrt.com 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,

Nataraj





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Old 03-01-2012, 09:00 PM
"compdoc"
 
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> 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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Old 03-02-2012, 10:00 AM
jean durandt
 
Default ROUTEUR compatible vpn

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@hotrodpc.com
To: ubuntu-users@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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Old 03-02-2012, 06:24 PM
Nataraj
 
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On 03/02/2012 03:00 AM, jean durandt wrote:




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.





If your willing to spend a little more money there are high quality
boxes that can run linux out of flash such as this: http://www.acrosser.com/products/detail_id_427.html
This box consumes minimal power.* It's not blindingly fast, so I
wouldn't recommend for lots of vpn user or greater than 10mb
Internet connection but it is enterprise quality, much better than
the little linksys box.* If you google around, I believe I've seen
web sites that sell a wide range of boxes like this in Europe.*
Boxes with the atom processor will be quite a bit faster than this
one, though the via eden box actually has hardware acceleration for
openvpn (there are openvpn config options to enable it).



Installing ubuntu* or other firewall distribution on these boxes is
relatively straightforward.* I just plugged in a usb dvd/cdrom drive
and booted the installation disk.



If you still want to play with cheap boxes, engenius might be a
little better than cisco/linksys.



Nataraj





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