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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 143724 24-Apr-2014 17:29
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Hi I'm upgrading from ADSL to VDSL on telecom what VDSL Modem/Routers do you guys recommend ?

need a VDSL Modem/Router with the following support features
VPN SSL Openvpn so as I can connect to my VPN provider which uses Openvpn.  Save me having to have Openvpn running on my OS.

And one with a good firewall, Url content filter, Dos defense, Stateful packet inspection, Protocol and generic packet filtering  ETC.

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  Reply # 1030748 24-Apr-2014 18:00
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dose the supplied telecom one not do that?

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  Reply # 1030785 24-Apr-2014 20:15
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Nothing comes to mind.

I assume you're using a router at present since very few ADSL2+ modems support OpenVPN. My recommendation would be to buy a Zyxel or Draytek VDSL2 modem and run in in bridge mode with your choice of Ethernet router.


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  Reply # 1030914 25-Apr-2014 07:24
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No I'm currently running Openvpn on my desk top. was hoping to find a modem which supports Openvpn. Oh well I guess if there isn't any I will have to keep running Openvpn on my desktop or buy a Router as well as a Modem.

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