One wrinkle you should be aware of (this needs to be fixed in our web UI!) -- if you change the ZT-managed range from /24 to /23 or /22 you will also need to change it on all the devices. We should add a feature to renumber automatically since right now it's tedious.
I think they pulled IPv6 support awhile back. All my Pertino devices are IPv4. Also, note that I have problems with builds 520+ when installing it on Windows DCs/DNS servers. The DNS records do not dynamically update when Pertino is installed. 510 works OK, though. I have a custom 529 build that support gave me that is basically 510 but enables some more verbose logging so they can find out what is going on.
This is an old article from 2013 being reposted because @scottalanmiller stopped maintaining the original.
I have 3 ZeroTier networks set up. It works great. They do have a bridging function, but it might only be for the Windows client as I turned it on with a Linux machine, but it didn't do anything. If you are using a Linux box, you can just set up the static routes like normal and use it as a bridge that way. @dafyre set up a php script and bash script for hosting your own controller. They both work really well.
Yeah, I saw that. That's awesome! I'm hoping that's a sign they're getting bigger clients. I talked to @CraigElliott recently and they had something like 10TB or so of network traffic in one month on the Pertino networks...pretty awesome!
Right on - but from what I understand, and from what I have downloaded, this is a linux machine, and it ties into the Windows Server, somehow... not sure, still studying..
The easiest way to do it would be to mount the windows share on the ownCloud box and make that the repository.
Having not tried to integratge AD let alone pass permissions, I have no idea how well this would work.
Pertino does now have the iOS app and would simply pass AD auth.
The Pertino Android app was broken with ICS or KitKat (I forget which). I have not tested if they fixed it yet with the new 420 release. The other problem with Android is apparently some changes in what 3rd party apps are allowed to write to. As long as you are pulling it down live you would be fine, but there seemed to be new security issues with writing to SD.
@JaredBusch Correct. This has been the one downside for AD Connect if you have users that frequent the office. Traffic is forced across the Pertino interface. 430 will allow you to designate "zones" where devices use local routes instead.
@thanksajdotcom Client updates are automatic, however they do not necessarily get pushed at the same time as releases. The Windows update should go out very soon. In the past, we required manual updates.