Re: What VPN is recommended?
On Tue, Sep 04, 2001 at 10:28:39AM +0800, Rino Mardo wrote:
> > I think I can guess that if you're using Lotus Notes, most of your
> > employee's are working on windows. if that's correct, then you should
> > consider pptp instead of ipsec. I'm no windows whiz but I think that pptp
> > is easier to set then ipsec on windows (on linux it's a different
> > matter). it worked fine on a startup I was working for (all the
> > employee's were connecting to a cisco firewall with pptp and radius
> > authentication).
> yes that's also an option. but i think pptp won't work over the internet.
> what i'm looking at here is employees being able to access our local servers
> remotely from anywhere in the world. my understanding with vpn (which was
> confirmed by an earlier post from Mr. James) is that the user can login to a
> country's isp and connect to our internal servers over the internet via vpn.
> so there's no overseas connection charges.
you can connect with pptp through the internet without a problem. that's
what we were doing.
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