Re: VPN and Firewall
On Fri, Aug 17, 2001 at 03:08:30PM -0400, Dan Hutchinson wrote:
> I was going to have the Sparc 20 workstation on a remote network to Gateway
> through an Intel Box to a private network as such. I guess I will use
> IPSec, might as well maximize the learning here.
> Solaris >(IPSec) Intel PC
> 192.168.19.x > 192.168.10.x
> (1) Linux VPN Linux VPN
> (2) Linux VPN Gauntlet Firewall/VPN
You mean something like this:
| | | |
| | _______ IPsec _______ | |
| A |---| Sparc |---------| Intel |---| B |
| | ------- ------- | |
Network A is talking through the Sparc-gateway and the Intel-gateway
to network B. The traffic between the two gateways is secured by
Is this what you want?
You will need two NICs in the Sparc as well.
> The only thing is that I would like to make the Intel PC a dual-boot
> system to see if I can create a VPN between a Linux freeware VPN and
> a COTS Gauntlet solution.
I dont know anything about "COTS Gauntlet" but like I said: The
protocols for IPsec are well defined. If an implementation follows the
standards it should work.