[CentOS] Off-Topic: Travel Router and Firewall

Wed Nov 23 20:56:19 UTC 2016
Mauricio Tavares <raubvogel at gmail.com>

Go to the openwrt site and see what replaced the TP-Link TL_WRN702N.
The new one has 2 ether ports and can be USB powered.

Of course, there are those who will say you should use a raspberry pi
for that...

On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 3:18 PM, H <agents at meddatainc.com> wrote:
> This is off-topic and the only connection with CentOS is that the laptop
> will be running CentOS...
> I am looking for a travel router/firewall for a number of reasons:
> - Protect against outside attacks when outside the office/home not relying
> on whatever protection the laptop/tablet/phone offers.
> - Allow for fast transfer for data between devices without being limited by
> the bandwidth of the hotel etc., even without being connected to the
> internet.
> - Allow for multiple devices even when the hotel etc. only allows one device
> to be registered.
> The ideal device should:
> - Be small, ideally be able to be charged via a USB port.
> - Use open-source software that the user can update.
> - Allow the user to log on the device and set up the connection with the
> hotel etc. which often requires a userid and password to be entered on a
> browser page.
> - Allow using either a RJ-45 wired or wireless connection to the outside
> net.
> - Have at least two RJ-45 ports to connect a laptop avoiding WiFi.
> - Allow for VPN tunneling.
> If anyone has suggestions, they would be greatly appreciated!
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