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Re: securing a WLAN with PPP (or the like)

also sprach Jan-Benedict Glaw <jbglaw@lug-owl.de> [2005.03.06.2158 +0100]:
> OpenVPN != IPsec

Ah, okay. I will check it out then.

> > > I don't know if other commercial "products" kill other company's
> > > "products", but technically, that's pure nonsense.
> > 
> > See above; they do.
> Then these "products" should just go down into bitrot...

Yes, they should. Or rather: IPsec should become wide-spread and
enabled by default on every system, so that such clients are not
necessary anymore.

Furthermore, there should be enough possibilities for hooks and
custom policies to make vendors switch to the standard.

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