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A Powerful Open Source UTM: Untangle Gateway Reviewed

A Powerful Open Source UTM: Untangle Gateway ReviewedIt's hard to believe that you can get such a full-featured firewall/UTM for free.

Netgear announces new wireless router designed for open source firmware

Netgear WGR614L Open Source Wireless-G RouterNetgear today announced an 802.11g wireless router specifically designed for open source firmware.

Monitor your Network for Free with Nagios

Monitor your Network for Free with NagiosNagios is an open source tool that provides pro-level network monitoring.

FreeNAS Review: Polished, Full-featured NAS Distro

FreeNAS Review: Polished, Full-featured NAS DistroFreeNAS can turn any hardware that will run BSD into a nice little NAS.

How To Build an Open Source Wi-Fi HotSpot with DD-WRT

How To Build an Open Source Wi-Fi HotSpotWhy spend big bucks on a wireless hotspot gateway? Build your own with an inexpensive router and DD-WRT!

How To Convert your Xbox into a Media Player with XBMC

How To Unleash Your Xbox with XBMCGot an Xbox gathering dust? Turn it into a media player that's better than anything you can buy!

Remote sync your smartphone with Sync ML and Funambol

Remote sync your smartphone with Sync ML and FunambolDid you know that your "smart" cell phone probably has remote sync capability just waiting to be used? Kevin Herring shows how open source once again comes to the rescue for a free way to keep your Outlook data up to date no matter where you are.

A DIY SSL VPN with SSL-Explorer - Part 2

In Part 2 of his DIY for creating an SSL VPN, Phillip Howell walks through configurations for remote file browsing and desktop access

A DIY SSL VPN with SSL-Explorer - Part 1

SSL-based VPNs are fast replacing difficult-to-configure IPsec and PPTP gateways. In Part 1 of a two part series, Phillip Howell shows you how to turn a spare Windows PC into a pretty slick SSL VPN server.

IPCop Linux Firewall

IPCop is a full-featured Linux firewall that can convert an old system into a router that has features not normally found on store-bought products. Daniel Schuhmann takes you through the details.

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