Re: VPN for linux?
for windoze side... use pptp ?? ....
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Jean-Baptiste Note wrote:
> I'm just experimenting with VPN here, and it's a lot of fun...
> There's nothing as simple as using stunnel.
> basically on the server side you have stunnel ready to accept
> incoming tcp connections and ready to launch ppp over the created pty.
> you have to configure ppp properly (chap mecanism fo instance) so that
> each connecting client gets his own ip.
> on the client side, the problem is to set up authentification and the
> routes, you'll have to think about that depending on the kind of service
> you want (access to only one host or a whole subnet ?)
> note though that stunnel is really fine for linux2linux configs, using
> stunnel at both ends, I dont know how it works with win tools.
> (actually my config involves 2 masqueraded private class C subnetworks
> and only the linux masquerading routers are "aware" of the trick -- note
> too that you dont need masquerading on the vpn)
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