Just wondering if anyone can suggest to me a good implementation of
L2TP (RFC 2661)? I need to setup an LNS (L2TP Network Server) to
terminate ADSL connections that are PPPoA up until the DSLAM/LAC and
from there they go over L2TP (which from my understanding is basically
PPP over UDP).
The following implementions I have come accross:
I don't like the way how it implements PPP itself.
Derived from http://www.marko.net/l2tp/ which is the oldest
implementation that I can find for Linux. Only thing that puts me of is
it's 'Alpha' status.
But it requires kernel patches.
Non of these seem to be packaged in Debian but that doesn't matter since
packaging one of them shouldn't be trivial.
Have I missed any implementations for Linux?
Anyone got any comments on which one I should use?
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