Friday, October 9, 2009
Run VPN on a 64-bit Linux
As we promised, NeoRouter has just released the NeoRouter Free v0.9.8.1485 for 64-bit Linux, which is a full package, including both the server and client software. It’s fully tested on the popular 64-bit Linux distributions, such as Redhad/Fedora, SUSE and Ubuntu. It’s completely compatible the 32-bit NeoRouter software running on Windows, Mac, Linux and devices.
Thanks NeoRouter team and their professional expertise!
Monday, September 21, 2009
Create your own virtual private cloud
Have your own VPN cloud yet? Now, you can build your virtual private cloud using our latest NeoRouter Free v0.9.8. With this release, NeoRouter becomes a cross-platform remote access and VPN solution. You can easily create a seamless virtulal network across Windows, Mac, Linux and devices (supporting OpenWrt, Tomato and FON firmware), so you can share printers and files across all of your computers or access them remotely from anywhere. Check out the following screenshots.
Thanks to our users and testers for providing so many good suggestions, and thanks to the NeoRouter team for their hard work. The NeoRouter software already has a rich feature set, which meets most requirements from our small business and home users. The more importantly it gets more stable and more mature after the improvement in the past year. We would plan to provide professional services and customized solution in the near future.
Tell your friends about NeoRouter. And tell us what you need, we will give you the most useful VPN solution.
Monday, September 14, 2009
NeoRouter for Mac OS X is ready to go
After couple of months hard work, the NeoRouter Free for Mac OS X is ready to go. It supports both x86 and PPC Mac computers and it will be released as a universal binary. So far, it’s finished with the testing and we plan to release it with the new build v0.9.8 soon. Check out the screenshot.
NeoRouter is becoming the first cross-platform P2P VPN solution, that can be running on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and linux-based devices. Using the NeoRouter virtual network, you can have direct access to any of your computer or device from anywhere around the world.
We will have the NeoRouter virtual network to support such devices Smart Phones, Solaris, BSD and even Win98/95.
Thanks everyone! Stay tuned!
Friday, May 29, 2009
NeoRouter client for Linux comming soon
We are really excited to announce that we will have NeoRouter Client CLI for Linux release soon. So far, it's still under the alpha test. Check out the screen shot.
We plan to develop and publish NeoRouter for Linux, Mac OS and Mobile phone version. Thanks for the hard work of NeoRouter team, we can start testing the Linux client now. Thought it's just a CLI client, it supports all basic features, such as built-in firewall, computer list and so on. It still has two components, one is running as a service under root permission and another is dealing with UI. It provides the same list as Windows version and keep the list automatically updated whenever changes happen to your virtual network like a computer goes online/offline, instead of just a command line tool. Since most Linux boxes would be running in the passive mode, it's easy for users to remotely manage the Linux boxes using VNC, ssh, Samba, Xmanager and so on.
Moreover, we have already ported it to support OpenWrt, Tomato and FON firmwares. Can you imagine that you can make your Linksys router or Asus router a small computer and remotely access the NAS or printer attached to it?
BTW, the Mac version is on the way and would be finished pretty soon, as the most hard issues have been solved.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
NeoRouter user base continues to grow!
After lots of hard work, the latest version of NeoRouter v0.9.6 has been released recently. At the moment, the first thing comes to my mind is want to say “thanks” to our users for their great feedback and bug reporting. Without your support, we cannot make NeoRouter perfect.
Luckily for us, the overall sentiment for NeoRouter is great. From our statistics, more than 50,000 copies of NeoRouter software have been downloaded and installed by our users, who are from 118+ countries and territories around world. We are very happy and excited that NeoRouter actually fill a need in people’s life, when they want to remote access a computer from anywhere easily and securely.
That’s our goal as well. In the passed few months, we did a lot for this goal and now we’ve a big feature list (http://www.neorouter.com/). Besides remote desktop and sharing files, some features are really useful and unique, for example:
- User management and built-in firewall and access control list (ACL)
- Portable – download and run, without installation, no admin permission required
- Plug & play – auto activate network and run application
- In-a-box – convert your router to a zero-config SSL VPN box
- FON plug in support - http://blog.fon.com/nl/archive/technology/neorouter-lanceert-fon-server-editie.html
However, it’s just a good start. We still have some work ahead of us before great software. We’ve been working on the Linux version and OS X version and the mobile version has been scheduled in our plan.
Please leave any questions and feedback in our community forums. NeoRouter is designed just for you once we hear of you. Thanks for supporting NeoRouter!
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
NeoRouter - the network revolves around you
Welcome to the NeoRouter blog. We are really excited to announce that after many months of long hours and really hard work, we have launched the latest version 0.9.4. Thousands of users have now downloaded and tried our betas since the first version is published. We are very happy with the response from users and it is a great achievement that demonstrates the interest among users for this new product line.
NeoRouter is a cool VPN and remote access software that offers a FREE, SIMPLE and UNLIMITED way to bring you a cozy Internet life.
With NeoRouter you can remotely control your computers, access your files, photos, videos, printers from anywhere just like at home. NeoRouter helps you create an encrypted virtual network over the Internet that you can get in from anywhere by couple of clicks.
Check out NeoRouter at www.neorouter.com to learn more and begin creating your own network.