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[Discuss] Secure Wireless Router for Non-Profit

2017-09-15 16:09 GMT+02:00 Bill Horne <bill at>:
> On 9/15/2017 9:31 AM, Will Rico wrote:
>> I'm helping a non-profit which has a justifiably higher than typical fear
>> of security threats.  They need a new wifi router, and I wonder what the
>> BLU community might recommend?  The office is pretty small (2 rooms, maybe
>> 5 connected computers at peak, usually fewer).
> They need a WiFi device which can tolerate frequent password changes, and a
> strictly-enforced policy of changing the password at appropriate intervals.
> More importantly, they need a segmented LAN, proxy server, and token-access
> controller to prevent employees or volunteers from adding devices or users
> that aren't appropriate for their network.

A RPI with a DHCP server?



> HTH.
> Bill
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