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Cisco Pursues Small Business With Linux Routers

New SMB push isn't powered by Cisco IOS.
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Deep Packet Inspection Engine Goes Open Source

Deep packet inspection (DPI) hardware can identify an astonishing array of protocols passing across the Internet—up to and including protocols that are rare even to us in the Orbiting HQ (Gadu-Gadu? Manolito? Feidian?).
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eBox Packages Linux LAN Services in a Friendly Bundle

"A very complex technology to make network management simple." That's what the developers of the eBox platform promise small and medium sized organizations, and it's certainly an attractive idea.
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Ten Things You Didn't Know Apache (2.2) Could Do

Apache 2.2 has some great hidden treasures in it that a lot of folks are simply unaware of.
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Secure VPN the Easy Way With the Linux-based Untangle Router

There are a lot of bogus VPN (virtual private network) products sold for big bucks that are not real VPNs at all, but SSL portals. OpenVPN is a genuine secure VPN that supports both site-to-site tunnels, to create a nice secure WAN on the cheap, and remote individual clients.
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