RE: [WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-17 Thread G.Villarini
] On Behalf Of Brian Whigham Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 9:18 AM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] VPN and router choices Bo, make sure that you're that you're not mis-interpreting VPN support with VPN services. Most of the $20-$100 routers will allow IPSEC (the good stuff) and PPTP

Re: [WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-16 Thread Scott Reed
wireless@wispa.org Sent: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 01:41:37 -0500 Subject: [WISPA] VPN and router choices Hello list, Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use.  Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on.  I was wondering if someone could tell me

Re: [WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-16 Thread Brian Whigham
Bo, make sure that you're that you're not mis-interpreting VPN support with VPN services. Most of the $20-$100 routers will allow IPSEC (the good stuff) and PPTP to pass through the device. But, the only way I know of to get any of these to act as a VPN client or server is to upgrade to

RE: [WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-16 Thread Ed Spoon
Netopia at each location. IPSEC or PPTP both server and client. Have over half a dozen installs using both DSL and Wireless mixed. Models to look at are R910 and 3300 series. Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys,

[WISPA] VPN and Router Choices?

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello list, Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the

[WISPA] VPN and Router Choices

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello list, Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the

[WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello list, Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the

[WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello list, Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the

Re: [WISPA] VPN and Router Choices?

2006-03-15 Thread John J. Thomas
they have? How much traffic do they want going through the tunnel? John -Original Message- From: Bo Hamilton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 07:52 PM To: 'WISPA General List' Subject: [WISPA] VPN and Router Choices? Hello list, Im looking at setting up some VPN's