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Re: vpn masquerade pptp

  Why don't you use IPSec between the 2 woody boxes and save the trouble of
working with M$ protocols.

  Take a look at freeswan, the version packaged in woody works quite well.

Mensaje citado por Mike Egglestone <megglestone@heritage.sd57.bc.ca>:

> Hi,
> I having trouble getting my woody box to act as a vpn masquerade firewall.
> I'm running a custom kernel 2.4.18. (made from kernel-source 2.4.18) and the
> old .config from kernel-image-2.4.18-586tsc)
> The only thing I changed on the kernel was that I patched it with
> a patch file to add ip_nat_pptp and ip_conntrack_pptp modules.
> (got the patch from google searching)
> The kernel compiled ok and I rebooted into the system no prob. I ran modconf
> to
> add in the new modules and they added successful.
> I have 2 M$ machines behind my masq'ing box. I have another pptp woody 
> vpnserver about a 20 minutes drive away that they can vpn into.
> (its on a public IP)
> Everything works ok if I only vpn in with one windows machine at a time.
> I cannot get both to vpn into the same vpn server at the same time.
> I'm sure I'm missing something. Has anyone successfully done this on woody
> with 
> a 2.4.x kernel. Google has lots of info for a 2.2.x. I supposed I could
> revert 
> back, but I like my iptables.
> Any suggestions?
> Do I need a specific patch to compile the kernel with?
> thanks!
> Mike
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