Distro that's similar to Barracuda SSL VPN?

May 17, 2011 at 17:56:34
Specs: Macintosh , Athlon X2 2.8 / 5GB
Hey everyone. Was checking out the Barracuda SSL VPN appliances because I love how users can just access a website, log in and have it show all shared files and folders and remotely access the network. Price is a bit high though for what I need as I literally have 4 employees and we barely ever work from home. Was just wondering if there's a linux distro that does basically the same thing as I have a bunch of Pentium 4 boxes kicking around doing nothing that I'd rather use a firewall vpn etc so thought I'd check. I'm ideally looking for something where users can go to a website, log in and have it show all shared folders on my Windows Server 2008 machine similar to remote web worplace for small business server 2011 which would avoid needing VPN. As that's all they would need to connect with.

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May 17, 2011 at 19:09:41
This isn't free anymore but is is pretty simple. http://barracudaserver.com/products...

Many of the firewall router appliance type of distro's (like untangle) offer some way and all distro's can be made to offer many of the features but you would have to set it all up for the most part.

I think some of the gotomypc deals work with linux.


Adobe had or still has acrobat.com connectnow that may work like that.

Plenty of messengers out there that do part of that.

VNC and freenx is out there for use.


See posts like this for more idea. http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/4...
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