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WAN Copmressor

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Anyone know of a good free WAN compressor to use?

I prefer it to be virtual if posssible.

I am just starting to look at this to use for remote backups.
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Sonicwall have WAN and VPN optimizer, but they are not for free.

http://www.sonicwall.com/us/en/products/WXA_Series.html
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Are there any that are free that do a decent job?
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I mainly just need to have remote backups of VM's happening that will not saturate the link and take days to complete.  If WAN compressor's will bring down the time from 4 days to 2 that would be ideal.
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I highly doubt your gonna find a free app for this.
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paulsolov, thanks - i saw this one - have you used it and if so how is it worth my time to set up and use?
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I haven't used it but judging by the specs it seems to do the job.  I try not to use freeware in a production environment due to support issues.  It's always best to do a cost benefit analysis to see if it makes sense.
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I definitely agree on the paid versions, but I do what Im told.  I may try this and see what it has to offer.

Thanks all
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