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Build an OpenWRT SSH server on a cheap, diskless, fanless, noiseless and very power-efficient home router...
Now I can tunnel my traffic through SSH using a home router with Linux. It was easy to set up and cheap. And I needed a router at home anyway. I have a basic Linux-like system, and the most interesting for me: OpenSSH. Also, it is small, quiet, power effective and reliable.

There are two popular Linux-based firmware projects for routers: OpenWrt and DD-WRT. The first thing you have to do is to pick the one you want. Check supported hardware before you decide.
 read more | mail this link | score:8004 | -Ray, December 20, 2010
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