Wolverine Firewall and VPN Server 2.01.1008 RC1 reviewDownload
Wolverine is an embedded distribution of Linux designed to function as a firewall and VPN server
Wolverine is an embedded distribution of Linux designed to function as a firewall and VPN server. Wolverine Firewall and VPN Server is intended to be a less costly, commercial alternative to products such as the Cisco PIX, the FireBox, etc.
Wolverine features a hardened Linux 2.4-based stateful firewall along with IPSEC and PPTP VPN services, dynamic DNS support, UPnP, DHCP, and Web or console based administration.
Here are some key features of "Wolverine Firewall and VPN Server":
Stateful packet inspection
IPSEC VPN Support with support for DES, 3DES, AES-128, AES-256, Twofish, and Serpent encryption with MD5, SHA1, and SHA2 authentication digests.
Meets HIPAA guidelines for VPN cipher strength
PPTP VPN with MSCHAPv2 authentication and MPPE-128 encryption support.
Easy integration of PPTP VPN with existing Windows 2000/2003 Active Directories for user authentication.
Static IP, DHCP, and PPPoE configured external connection support.
Web administration front end.
MAC address spoofing
Built-in DHCP server for SOHO environments.
X.509 certificate support for remote IPSEC endpoint authentication.
Hardened system kernel based on Linux 2.4.25
Designed from the ground up for use as a firewall and VPN server. Wolverine is not based on any other distribution of Linux.
Very small installation footprint. Wolverine can be installed in as little as 8Mb of disk storage. A total of 20Mb of storage is needed to use the internal update features.
Remote event logging to an external syslog server.
Transparent (bridging) or routing firewall support.
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) support
802.1q VLAN support
What's New in This Release:
This release contains an updated kernel, QoS support, and numerous bugfixes.
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