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ProNet details and registration form

We are excited to see so much interest in the ProNet partner program. While we collect applications from people and companies, we have already started working on the design of ...
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ProNet Announcement

Hello Community! In the past few months there was a significant growth of interest to VyOS Project. We’ve started getting more requests from companies looking for professional ...
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Interaction between IPsec and NAT (on the same router)

I've just completed a certain unusual setup that involved NATing packets before they are sent to an IPsec tunnel, so I thought I'll write about this topic. Even in perfectly ...
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Copying/renaming, node comments, and other little known features of the VyOS CLI

I promised not to write about either IPsec or NAT this time, so we'll discuss something else: the little known features of the VyOS CLI. Many people only ever use set/delete and ...
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Setting up GRE/IPsec behind NAT

In the previous posts of this series we've discussed setting up "plain" IPsec tunnels from behind NAT. The transparency of the plain IPsec, however, is more often a curse than a ...
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How to setup an IPsec connection between two NATed peers: using id's and RSA keys

In the previous post from this series, we've discussed setting up an IPsec tunnel from a NATed router to a non-NATed one. The key point is that in the presence of NAT, the ...
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VyOS builds now use the deb.debian.net load balanced mirror

If there are any good things about that packages server migration and restructuring is that it promoted a revamp of the associated part of the build scripts. Since the start the ...
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VyOS builds and HTTPS: build works again, HTTP still needs testing

We have restored VyOS builds. Nightly build should work as expected today, and you can build it by hand as well if you want. This is not exactly the end of the story for us since ...
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Follow-up: VyOS builds and HTTPS

We've made HTTP on the dev.packages.vyos.net host optional, and restored the real directory index (provided by the Apache HTTP's mod_autoindex) instead of using the ...
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VyOS builds and HTTPS

For a while some people kept asking why we do not enable HTTPS on the servers with ISOs and repositories. Now we have enabled it, but it turned out it's not all that simple: ...
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