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On Sam, 03 Mär 2007, Freddy Freeloader wrote:

> >>>in fact you can implement much more secure communications with 
> >>>absolutely no "wireless encryption" but that takes a little effort.
> >>>      
> >>Would you please give me an idea what you are talking about? Pure 
> >>firewalling ? You probably know that anything like MAC addresses can be 
> >>faked. I once had the plan to install some tools and try to hack our own 
> >>routers, but i never got the time. I fear this will not change ;/
> >>    
> >
> >just use a VPN like open VPN, it provides strong auth&encryption
> >
> >  
> Out of curiousity, just what wireless routers are you thinking of?  The 
> only wireless routers I've seen that will accept vpn connections, and 
> are not pretty severely limited in their vpn capability are in the $250 
> - $300 price range.  That's a pretty steep price range for most home 
> users, or at least it is for me anyway.

The Linksys WRT54G, it just runs a normal Linux on it (OpenWRT or FreeWRT),
or some other Models 

Florian Reitmeir

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