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  Reply # 1672179 16-Nov-2016 15:55
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  Reply # 1672185 16-Nov-2016 16:00
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dakie:

 

I also see that Bigpipe do a deal where you can get others to join and get a $20 credit, does anyone have a link and will it work if I do the 2 months free with changing providers

 

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  Reply # 1673739 18-Nov-2016 17:37
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@chevrolux: I seriously looked at Mikrotik a while back, but bypassed it due to RouterOS's lack of UDP in their openVPN implementation. Of course if this isn't important in one's setup, then have at it.

 

 

Ah yes. I've personally always battled with OpenVPN (probably just due to lack of knowledge to be fair) so don't care. L2TP/IPsec works for me =)


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