Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Under the Hood of the LinkSys RV082 VPN Router

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Still no significant progress with this platform I assume?

I've also got an RV082 lying around and it bugs me that such capable hardware has to be so limited by its software...

Michael Lowe said...

Hi Joe I have 2 of these in my network, as a network admin, i'm constantly looking for new features to be implemented into the network, i agree that this router has very limited features due to the firmware, you should be allowed to install the traditional IOS firmware such as in the Cisco 2600 Routers, very easy web interface though, but very limited.

Kador said...

Well CISCO 2600 is a complete different range of products. It will never happen. But what is pityful is that this nice hardware (in terms of Q/P) is not getting updated any more.

alex smith said...

I cannot imagine what I can do on the Internet without vpn now. Lots of websites that I used to visit every day in Australia are blocked in China, including the cache feature on Google. And you wouldn't be able to find out whether a website is really blocked or just dead because it returns a same error page. By using StrongVPN, I would never worry about it anymore. Thanks StrongVPN.

Anonymous said...

Any progress?
Would love somethine like the one for the wrt45g.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Alex for the advice, but where can I
(Buy VPN)?