Re: Routing, Bridging and VPN
I have OpenVpn instaled on my Debian firewall. I use Shorewall to manage
firewall. I have 3 interfaces eth0, eth1, eth2 in firewall host (Zones:
LAN, DMZ, NET). OpenVPN make 4-th interface tun0 (Zone: VPN).
Than I have set up policies and rules for trafic betwen Zones. It is
easy to set up and and even easer to change configuration if you need
later (open some port, redirect port...).
On Fri, 2006-02-17 at 17:57 +0100, Michael Przysucha wrote:
> I want to set up a Bridge/Router which shall include a VPN gateway to a campus network with iptables.
> First of all: Linux version 2.4.27-2-386 running on a Soekris net4501, 3 NICs, headles, 133MHz, 64MB RAM, 512MB
> I need access to the campus network through the VPN tunnel because some services are restricted to the IP range
> used by my university.
> I cannot remove my router at home, it is required by my ISP (why I do not know...) but I am allowed to configure it as I
> want to.
> As well I want to be able to connect wireless-LAN (WLAN) clients with special restrictions.
> I have added a drawing of the sytem as I thought it should work. Can anybody give me a link where I can get a tutorial
> for a configuration as I need it or give me a direct conf for iptables?
> All further informations are written down in this little pdf.
> Thanks in advance for any help!
> Michael Przysucha