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Old 10-09-2013, 01:31 PM   #1
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Looking for a plug-top router / ASA


I'm looking for a small device (the smaller and cheaper, the better) with at least 2 ethernet ports.

The application is to run OpenVPN client and a DHCP Relay to allow a small number of devices connected via a switch on one port to communicate with a server farm linked over a VPN tunnel through the Internet connected to the other.

I have the technology all working now, I just need a suitable device.

If the boss likes it, we will be buying around 20-30 of these units and they need to be highly portable.

Suggestions, anyone?

TIA :-)


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