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SoftEther for Debian

Hi

I had these and wanted to share with you;

Main site: https://www.softether.org/

Current version: 4.21-9613-beta Download

Just i didn't modify much. Install new libraries from upper distribution (if you couldn't find in the current dist..). Should work on both Wheezy and Jessie

Nothing more.

Comments

  • CartmanCartman Member

    All you need is build-essential and the source. You are ready to compile it yourself. Download the source, extract, cd into the source folder and use make. Confirm the licenses and agreements. Wait a bit and you are done.

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    Screw you guys. I'm going home.

  • hotsnowhotsnow Member

    "apt-get install dpkg-dev" is enough :p

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  • rokokrokok Member

    Amazing tutorial

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  • What is the min RAM to install SoftEther? Does 256MB is enough?
    Thanks..

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  • tommytommy Member

    yup that's enough

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    Let's bet which dot-name will collapse first ;)

  • andrewandrew Member

    I hope that admin move this topic to the proper category. I forgot last line if you don't know how to install this package :) just download and run: dpkg -i *.deb

  • andrewandrew Member

    @Wira_Soenaryo said:
    What is the min RAM to install SoftEther? Does 256MB is enough?
    Thanks..

    Hardware Requirements for SoftEther VPN Server

    Free RAM
    Minimum: 32Mbytes + 0.5Mbytes * (Number of Concurrent VPN Sessions)
    Recommended: 128Mbytes + 0.5 Mbytes * (Number of Concurrent VPN Sessions)
    
    Free Disk Space
    Minimum: 100Mbytes
    Recommended: 2Gbytes (for daily VPN connection logs)
    

    Hardware Requirements for SoftEther VPN Client

    Free RAM
    Minimum: 16Mbytes
    Recommended: 32Mbytes
    
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  • Nice... thank you for the information..

    Will try to install... anyway can we log the bandwidth used by each user?

    Thanks

  • Yes you can and also limit the up and down usage of each user.

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  • tommytommy Member

    @andrew said:
    I hope that admin move this topic to the proper category. I forgot last line if you don't know how to install this package :) just download and run: dpkg -i *.deb

    Really helpfull thanks a ton!

    Let's bet which dot-name will collapse first ;)

  • @ankittulsian said:
    Yes you can and also limit the up and down usage of each user.

    Wow... must try this apps...

  • andrewandrew Member
    edited May 2016

    @tommy said:
    Really helpfull thanks a ton!

    No problem

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