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Re: intent to package secvpn

On Thu, Nov 09, 2000 at 09:32:08AM +0100, Bernd Schumacher wrote:
> This was the reason why  I did not upload the package until now, because we
> first wanted to test if we could reproduce any problems. But this was not the
> case. Our results are now part of the documentation of secvpn. You can also
> see them on http://www.bschu.de/secvpn/index.html

have u tested tunnelv again, it is a tcp tunnel too and prooved very stable.
it is easy to set up and it is plug and play (including network route
ihave). Also vtun can do TCP tunnels. But vtun can do a lot more (shaping,
compression and encryption, both in udp and tcp mode, and even some
ethernet/bridge mode)

Those solutions are much mor leightweigt to set up.

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