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Bonded VPNs for Higher Throughput and Failover with Zeroshell Linux

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In the past few months, we've discovered ZeroShell, a Linux-based open source Live CD that can turn your old PC into a router and LAN server. We've done the initial setup, configured the RADIUS server for 802.1X/PEAP authentication, played around with the AP features, and experimented with the captive portal functions.

Now we're going to look into the VPN features. First we're going to set up VPN access for remote users using OpenVPN's client. Then we're going to configure LAN-to-LAN VPN tunnels to create links between offices via the Internet...

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