Building a Multisourced Infrastructure Using OpenVPN

How to use OpenVPN to take your hosting to the next level.

Dmitriy Samovskiy works at CohesiveFT (www.cohesiveft.com), an innovative maker of custom virtualized application stacks, where he focuses on open-source technologies, distributed applications, systems integration, Python and Ruby. You can reach him at dmitriy.samovskiy@cohesiveft.com.

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Cube-routed on GitHub

Ben Standefer's picture

Dmitry has been very responsive and helpful, and has made cube-routed available for download at http://cohesiveft.com/dnld/cube-routed-0.1.tar.gz

I added it to my GitHub account here: http://github.com/aguynamedben/cube-routed Hope this helps readers of this article!

-Ben

Cube-routed on GitHub

Ben Standefer's picture

Dmitry has been very responsive and helpful, and has made cube-routed available for download at http://cohesiveft.com/dnld/cube-routed-0.1.tar.gz

I added it to my GitHub account here: http://github.com/aguynamedben/cube-routed Hope this helps readers of this article!

-Ben

cube-routed de-open-sourced?

Ben Standefer's picture

I followed along through half this article and it looks like cube-routed has been de-open-sourced by Dmitry/CohesiveFT! I can't find it anywhere, Dmitry's GitHub, cohesiveft.com, or anywhere. Looks like they pulled a really non-FOSS maneuver, please tell me I'm wrong. =( There should at least be a disclaimer at the beginning of the article saying it's impossible to complete.

Ben Standefer

Good Solution on Multisourced Infrastructure

Ahamed Bauani's picture

Hello Dmitriy Samovskiy

Your article is the thing which I was looking for a long time. I have different service on several data center and your article help me to communicate each other in secure way. - Thanks Man!

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