Works great with pfSense

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Post by ask » Fri Dec 19, 2008 8:54 am
Just another bit of praise.

We're using pfSense as our VPN endpoints so we were looking at how best to let our users connect without having to run a script to start openvpn in a terminal window.

We lucked out that all this happened just as Viscosity was coming out in beta versions. As soon as it went for sale we happily bought 20 licenses (even if we currently only are about 10 VPN users and not even all are using OS X - at the price it almost seems like cheating to not buy some extra!)

Anyway - thank you for a great product. So far all the issues we've had have been promptly fixed. Version 1.0.1 are going to fix the last ones I know about.

- ask


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Post by James » Sat Dec 20, 2008 11:58 pm
Thanks for the feedback Ask.

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Post by filipp » Mon Mar 15, 2010 9:44 pm
Same here. I discovered Viscosity by reading the pfSense book. What an awesome combo - a robust, logical, well documented firewall and VPN server coupled with a sleek and user friendly client app. A complete, cost-effective solution that actually works.

Cisco Systems (et al) - eat your heart out! :-D
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