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==TP-Link==
 
==TP-Link==
 
The TL-WR741ND router works, although it can only do NAT, but is very cheap.
 
The TL-WR741ND router works, although it can only do NAT, but is very cheap.

Latest revision as of 01:02, 18 August 2018

TP-Link

The TL-WR741ND router works, although it can only do NAT, but is very cheap.

Juniper

It is worth noting that as of 2017-07-31 Juniper SRX can not be used as an L2TP client:

https://networkengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/42862/how-to-configure-l2tp-client-on-juniper-srx