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Posted 06 January 2014 - 19:23 Best Answer
Posted 06 January 2014 - 20:38
No errors left everything seems to be good now. MUCH QUICKER (even than before) log ons! BudMan, +2 to you! I guess now I just have to review some of the proposed network solutions for redesign. Unfortunately we can't do much with CISCO since our budget does not allow for such equipment.
Posted 06 January 2014 - 20:56
Posted 06 January 2014 - 21:06
The E900 was a serious quick fix when our original router took a dive. I'm looking at a NetGear FVS338 or FVS538 VPN/Firewall combo to allow for IPsec VPN as opposed to PPTP via Server 2008 which we have right now. When the new server arrives it will be a virtual Server 2008 installation and the old server will be an Untagle server more than likely running web filtering, and reporting. I love that it integrates with AD but I would like a free alternative so I can have users authenticate via their AD credentials and have their activity logged. I also would like to segment our Wifi and have a guest network so when we have "company" they don't have access to internal resources etc... Basically popping up our internet terms of service upon connection. I will definitely look into some of the router distros you mentioned as I have never heard of some of those and I'm sure you wouldn't mention them if they weren't looking into
Edit: It looks like m0n0wall will be the winner for router distro
Posted 06 January 2014 - 21:21
Posted 06 January 2014 - 22:23
So what you're saying is create a dedicated server specifically for OpenVPN?
Posted 06 January 2014 - 22:37
Posted 06 January 2014 - 23:02
Ah, I see! Hmm, I was really liking m0n0wall, which would be an IPsec VPN on the edge, but pfsense does look like it will integrate the VPN much easier. My users are absolutely TERRIFIED of technology so OpenVPN would make their connecting in a bit easier. I hope you are getting paid for schooling me in Windows networking... if not, I'll send cookies or something. I learned more today than I have in classes.
Posted 07 January 2014 - 12:27
Yeah, happens a lot with BudMan....
I learned more today than I have in classes.