Probably not an issue for 99.99% of the population, but last time I checked, Untangle does not support IPv6 and has no plans on doing so. Also, Most of the interesting modules require a monthly subscription. I ran Untangle as a vm on an vsphere 5 hypervisor for a couple of years and it did the job ok. However, it is a cpu and memory hog which is surprising for being a firewall/security appliance. And probably the most annoying is the horrible user interface. They tried to make it look like a rack which is just silly. You'd be better off getting a Zyxell Zywall USG and mounting it in a real rack.
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Since your question was not clear as to whether you wanted to connect to a vpn for outgoing traffic encryption, or to provide secure access to your home network, I will assume that you want both. I've got a zyxel usg50 at home and a usg100 at my office and they have been able to handle everything I have thrown at them. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0042.... I was also pleased that when the whole Heartbleed fiasco appeared, the zywall firmware was not vulnerable at all. Dual WAN connections are supported which lets me use both my AT&T Uverse and Charter Cable internet access with load balancing. The only negative that I can note are the several features on the zywall that require monthly subscriptions. But, since I don't use those, there is no loss to me.
In the past, I have built my own firewalls either on dedicated hardware, or as a vm on an esxi hypervisor, from Linux ipchains to netfilter to BSD pfSense. While I love to roll my own, having such a critical piece of infrastructure as dedicated hardware has made life much easier.
I guess everybody has their own communication priority level classification system. Of couse any arbitrarily detailed list could be made, so here's mine:
1) email is the preferred base
2) IM - critical yet tolerant to high latency.
3) Phone - emergencies, or other rare events that require full-duplex
4) Knock at door - what have my kids done now?
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Whole Foods isn't pushing for institutionalized indoctrination like the Creationists and IDer's. There's no "Think of the children!" response to rile the media, and without media attention, we don't get upset about anything.
I mean, I can handle the concept... so long as there's just ONE multiverse.
Not only would that remove what little logic is in the joke, it would offer too many options and include too many acronyms. Some jokes work only when provoking a thin-skinned group of near illiterate tools of Koch Industries.
How far away are we from the scenario where the Chinese Communist Party drums up rhetoric that the USA is an external existential threat to China and sells the idea to its rising middle class that the USA must and can be defeated by being outspent and by having its economy shattered - like the USA did to Russia with the Cold War?
And, yes, I probably look as crazy as I sound.
I realize that Atlanta summers are hot and all, but when cars start combusting just because of the season, I think you've crossed a line where it no longer matters what's causing climate change.
I am surprised that anyone, including the Tea Party members themselves, believed that the Federal Government would negotiate with terrorists.
So, are you saying I should upgrade from 23 to 40 channels on my CB? I was wondering if I should just go for something with upper and lower sidebands.
Please explain to me what is a "naturalized FL native". Does it have anything to do with hanging chads?
You can't declare chapter 11 bankruptcy unless you are already rich and do not need too to feed your fucking family.
Personal bankruptcy in the US is chapters 7 and 13. You have to be very poor to file chapter 7, which eliminates debt. Otherwise, you are force in to chapter 13, which is a payback plan. Either way, bankruptcy is certainly not restricted to the wealthy. More precisely, the wealthy are restricted (for obvious reasons) from personal bankruptcy, not the other way around. The chapter 11 that you mentioned is for businesses and corporations only.
The problem right now is that people are literally too broke to file bankruptcy - they can't afford the court costs.
Obvious typ-o, but I feel compelled to make stupid jokes.
"300,000 6.8' screens"
My 60" TV isn't even 6'.
On a 6.8' eReader, you'd only have to turn the page once every hour or so depending on how fast you read.
Doesn't that come to over 386 miles of screen?