Re: Need faster VPN router
If you have another machine in your office network that you can ssh
tunnel into, that will be much faster than what you have.
Then again if there are say 50 or more users who are going to be doing
some telecommuting, you might be better off going to managed vpn
service, like [url]www.netifice.com[/url]
Ed J wrote:[color=blue]
> I'm looking for a recommendation for an economically priced VPN router with
> good throughput. I am currently using two NetGear FVS318 VPN routers to
> connect my home with my office. I'm accessing SMB-mapped drives at the
> office from my home, and the performance is terrible.
> I'm considering the FVS338 from NetGear, but am concerned about all the
> negative reviews that I see on the web. It has also been difficult or
> impossible to find throughput spec's for VPN routers. NetGear publishes
> their throughput, but I cannot find throughput specs for other vendors.