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    Default Thank you for a great year

    Hi Untangle folks,

    Just wanted to let you know of our experiences.

    We now have Untangle deployed at about 50 sites around the UK.

    Each connects to a central UT server via openVPN.

    We have some legacy IPsec boxes (Sonicwall, firebox and netgear) so great to see this app was finally launched. We have implemented it and it is working and very stable.

    You have a fantastic product which we take full advantage of and our customers love the filtering products.

    Great to see you continually improving and maintaining it.

    So thank you for what you have done in 2011 and I look forward to many more Untangle installs in 2012.

    Chris

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    50 might be the most OpenVPN tunnels i've heard of on one device.
    glad to hear you like the product and thanks for the kind words!

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    Untangle Junkie dmorris's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by snecklifter View Post
    We have some legacy IPsec boxes (Sonicwall, firebox and netgear) so great to see this app was finally launched. We have implemented it and it is working and very stable.
    Cool. Glad to see someone getting use out of it.
    I know shops like yours have been asking for it forever so we're excited to have finally added it this year.

    Luckily, we've seen that the support headaches associated with it is not as bad as we thought it might be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hlarsen View Post
    50 might be the most OpenVPN tunnels i've heard of on one device.
    glad to hear you like the product and thanks for the kind words!
    Just counted, 46 openVPN tunnels, 26 IPsec tunnels. All into the one box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Cool. Glad to see someone getting use out of it.
    I know shops like yours have been asking for it forever so we're excited to have finally added it this year.

    Luckily, we've seen that the support headaches associated with it is not as bad as we thought it might be.
    I think your implementation is excellent, hiding most of the nasty stuff. It just seems to accept connections from any box as long as the fundamentals are correct. Pleasingly, they all appear to stay up. There is quite a mixed bunch too, some quite old, others newer, different brands etc.

    You clearly spent some time on it. Good to send some cash your way too at last for all the hard work!

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    wow!

    what is the hardware on that box?
    kv-2 | UT 11.0.1 | Dell R610 Server | Intel Xeon 2.8Ghz Quad Cores | 24Gb DDR3 ECC | 1 Intel QPort NIC | Integrated Broadcom QP | Dell Perc 4i | 6 x 73G 2.5 15k SAS raid 10 | 100mb/100mb | 30mb/30Mb

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    Untangle Junkie dmorris's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by snecklifter View Post
    You clearly spent some time on it. Good to send some cash your way too at last for all the hard work!
    Thanks
    I will pass this along to the developer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathiau View Post
    wow!

    what is the hardware on that box?
    You don't need big iron for this. The biggest hit to CPU is when its bringing the tunnels up after a new client is added but it handles it all easily.

    Its a Dell R210 with 4GB RAM. It only uses about 2GB. Processor is dual core G6950.

    Its also running some of the filters as its the gateway for our mail server and a few other things.


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