Setup SunRay at Home

SunRay at home


I just set up a SunRay 3i thin client at home. I used to have SunRay 270 at home, but I had to use a dedicated router for VPN connection. With the updated firmware, it's now easy to configure VPN from the SunRay built-in pop-up GUI options.


The SunRay thin client does not have a wifi connection. A simple workaround is to use a wifi client device, such as Asus Wireless-G Access Point (WL-330GE).


It's pretty cool that we have SunRay at work, SunRay at home, and the soft client for a regular desktop and the app for iPad.

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It would be even cooler if you were connecting to a Solaris desktop… can't deal with all that red!

Posted by guest on August 26, 2011 at 10:51 AM PDT #

Are you using SSL VPN...if so client?

Posted by guest on November 29, 2011 at 09:14 AM PST #

no separate client, it's built the system firmware of the Sun Ray.

Posted by Honglin Su on May 27, 2012 at 12:42 AM PDT #

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