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Introducing Tunnelr, built on OpenBSD

Contributed by jason on from the commoditizing-backdoors-with-OpenBSD dept.

JoŽl Dinel writes in to mention a new web service built on OpenBSD, from the same team who brought us Devio.us:

Tunnelr.com is a 100% OpenBSD powered tunneling service that offers you either OpenSSH or OpenVPN tunnels. Besides some nifty things like being able to instantly transfer between any node and viewing bandwidth usage graphs, we also offer unlimited usage and are much cheaper than anyone else offering VPN services. (And wait, did we mention our entire infrastructure runs OpenBSD?) We are really excited about this service and would love to get some feedback from our own users, before we launch fully into the wild, wild Interweb.

Editor's Note: Looking at the Tunnelr website, they proudly proclaim their love for OpenBSD and OpenSSH. It's always nice to see companies declare their use and commitment to OpenBSD. What other OpenBSD-friendly vendors do you know (besides CD vendors)?

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Comments
  1. By Kami Petersen (kokamomi) kokamomi@gueststars.net on

    Any plans for IPSec tunnels? That would put you into a pro niche that your competition has left vacant.

    Comments
    1. By Daniel Selans (dselans) on http://www.tunnelr.com/

      > Any plans for IPSec tunnels? That would put you into a pro niche that your competition has left vacant.

      Hi Kami,

      This is something that has been suggested before. Unfortunately, implementing L2TP/IPSec tunnels would require quite a lot of additional work and we are currently trying our best to just polish the current services.

      Nevertheless, this is something we will most likely be looking into in the future. Thanks for your feedback :-)

      ~Daniel

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