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Any good clientless VPN solutions either free or Open Source

Any good clientless VPN solutions either free or Open Source

Any good clientless VPN solutions either free or Open Source

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Besides SSH Explorer. I know Baracuda took over that software from Open Source and there is a similar fork. But I was wondering if anyone has a good VPN SSL OpenSource solution. Alos, I realize there are MANY commercial solutions, not looking in that space.

RE: Any good clientless VPN solutions either free or Open Source

SoftEther looks pretty good. Waht do you mean by clientless though?

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RE: Any good clientless VPN solutions either free or Open Source

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Sorry for late reply. What I mean by clientless is VPN/SSL like the Baracuda solution. It would use a web browser to access the VPN server and no client install needed on Windows machines (or any OS). A number of companies make a solution that cost big$ looking for a small business one that is either free or low cost (under $200 USD) or even a roll your own like Endian or other similar solutions.

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