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Untangle your network with a Debian appliance

Jul 01, 2011, 15:01 (1 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to linuxaria for this link. ]

"Untangle's webGUI can be divided into two main parts, the Navigation Pane on the left and virtual Racks on the right. The Navigation Pane contains two tabs – Apps is used to install applications into your racks, while Config is used to configure various general settings within your Untangle. Applications are installed into racks and filter the traffic that flows through them. Each application has a faceplate with a Settings button to configure it, blingers to show you current status information, and a power button to toggle it on or off. Across the top of the webGUI there is a dropdown to switch racks or use the Session Viewer, network speed statistics, a count of open sessions, and CPU, memory and disk information."

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