steve at softgreen.co.uk
Fri Nov 8 21:11:49 GMT 2002
I used http://rr.sans.org/firewall/IPSec_VPN.php (I seem to remember having
to register - free - to see this?) as a basis for setting up a VPN between
two private networks of Windoze clients, using the FreeBSD boxen as
gateways. There are one or two 'errors' in the article but it generally
covers the lot and works a treat. Uses IPFilter, IPSec and Racoon.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jose Marques" <noway at nohow.demon.co.uk>
To: <freebsd-users at uk.freebsd.org>
Sent: Friday, November 08, 2002 8:09 PM
Subject: Re: VPNs
> On Fri, 8 Nov 2002, Nuno Pimenta wrote:
> > How can i implement VPNs with FreeBSD? What are may possibilities? What
> > tools/protocol implementations can i use?
> in the ports:
> net/pptpclient - Microsoft PPTP client
> net/poptop - Microsoft PPTP server
> net/mpd - Also supports PPTP
> At work I've used poptop to support MacOS X 10.2 (built in VPN client) and
> Windows clients (with DUN 1.4). I've had no luck with other clients
> though. I've also tried mpd but it only seems to talk to itself. Using
> pptpclient as a client doesn't work.
> > Where can i get documentation about that?
> Google is your friend.
> Jose Marques
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