Re: Debian offering stunnel/OpenVPN capabilities? [Was: Re: Restrictive SMTP server]
On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 01:04:53PM +0100, Jesus Climent wrote:
> > >
> > > I'm willing to provide an OpenVPN tunnel to an SMTP server for any DD who is
> > > unable to find alternate lodgings, and I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one.
> > I can offer something as well - I would probably lean towards just
> > auth+ssl instead of over VPN, but it's up to you. I just don't happen
> > to have a VPN set up yet, so it's less ovrhead for me :)
> Could we think on some stunnel or OpenVPN feature under
> people.debian.org/other machine to get mail from debian.org routed to the
> outside world?
> With stunnel, a level3 of authentication would be needed, so that the server
> gets a client certificate and the client gets a server one. With the
> combination of both, one can connect to, say, port 25025 and get a proper
> postfix/exim SMTP server on the remote machine.
> I have been dealing with a similar configuration and seems to be working fine
> so far.
Forgot to mention that the way to get those certs in the server machine would
be using your gpg-signed certificate in combination with whichever way of
sending an email you have.
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