I've got high hopes for this WPA2/802.1x CPE: http://www.peplink.com/productsLoader.php?productName=surf. I've had no responses to my inquiries on availability, however. Anyone know something about this? Otherwise, I'd suggest selling support for OpenVPN as a value-added service. Best,-- Dylan
Its called VPN Its the most simple thing you can do to provide absolute security with the lowest overhead. If security is your issue - - its about the only way to really protect data transfer. IMHO Mac Dearman Maximum Access, LLC. www.inetsouth.com www.radioresponse.org (Katrina relief
Mac - what type of VPN do you use? Best,-- Dylan OliverPrimaverity, LLC -- WISPA Wireless List: email@example.com Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives: http://lists.wispa.org/pipermail/wireless/
On Fri, 2 Dec 2005, Jason wrote: How do you other (small) WISPs do this? You can use something like this: http://tinyurl.com/duy7z This radio supports PPPoE. This would allow you to set your client's computer up for DHCP, and you still have PPPoE authentication to the network. There are
Mac, The PPTP I mentioned is, according to my understanding, the main VPN protocol out there. The reasons I want to avoid it are that the connection has to be initiated through an icon click and the client software for Macintosh is 58$. Mostly, I am looking to authenticate the users...
When I first started I used a YDI BCU and still have 2 of them and a Brilan BCU. It authenticates via MAC addy and when I tell you it will absolutely shut down a non paying sub - - believe me it will! It has been my main most method of authentication for the last 4 years. I am moving over to a
On Fri, 2 Dec 2005, Mac Dearman wrote: When I first started I used a YDI BCU and still have 2 of them and a Brilan BCU. It authenticates via MAC addy and when I tell you it will absolutely shut down a non paying sub - - believe me it will! The trouble with this is that you will require one