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I'm looking for an inexpensive vpn appliance (linksys,netgear,etc) that I can connect to from my powerbook while on the road and gain access to my home lan.

Anyone have any good experiences with any models?

I'd like to not have to install any extra software and just use the vpn client built into OSX.

TIA

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