Untangle OpenVPN with Full Tunneling

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7 Responses

  1. Jason says:

    How does untangle 9.3 compare to pfsense 2.0.1? While the full tunnel is interesting, pfsense already has this ability w/ OpenVPN as well as SSH. While untangle's UI seems a bit more polished, is it a step above or on par with pfsense? I couldn't live w/o my pf box so it would take a compelling case to consider untangle. I'm intrigued and want to hear others' takes.

    • pcdoc says:

      I would say if you are already running pfSense, there really is not incentive to change. They are both good products once you get them setup. I found Untangle to be easier to install and more forgiving with hardware but once you get them running the way you want, it is all good. Thanks for the comments.

    • Darkside34 says:

      PFsense is a bit more capable but a bit more complex. In my experience, untangle holds your hand and does a good job of making things easy.

      PFsense is a key compoment in my work's VPN network, we couldn't do what we do without it.

      Also, its worth mentioning that you can add this functionality to any OpenVPN server with one command line/config file/ccd file option(push "redirect-gateway def1")

  2. Shawna says:

    Full process of untangling OpenVPN with full tunneling was bit complicated to me but this particular instructive post quite helped me understand actually what's needed to done. Enjoyed the information and looking forward to learn more tutorial through reading this post!! Thanks.