We DID find last night that one machine had updated to a different version than the other. But the other is months behind but refuses to recognize that an update exists. Untangle claims updates are delayed to reduce server load and there is no option to control versions (basically... this is in no way a business product.)
There is always a way to force the updates, I bet this are actual old workstations or servers with Untangle, otherwise they would have been in version 14.1... This is not way configured the same for updates on both devices..
Don't think so, looking at the hardware they looked like store bought Untangle commercial devices.
Update: We prototyped integrating NoVNC with the Hypersocket VPN. It was relatively simple as it hooked straight into our forwarding mechanism that was already using websockets. Will be releasing an update to support this in the next month or so. We will also integrate our client-less SSH terminal at the same time. RDP is a little more complex so will need further research before we can support this.
Good to know. I'm planning on starting this later this week. If I can get this working, I'm going to replace a PFSense firewall with an ERX or lite. Right now, this is the only thing that I dont have setup for ERX yet.
Everything that you are doing sounds logical and makes sense to me. I'm pretty confident you are not going to hurt anything here. Will it help dramatically? No idea there. But I think it is likely to help without much risk. Seems like a good idea.