paul at xciv.org
Fri Nov 8 21:26:24 GMT 2002
Jose Marques <noway at nohow.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> 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
I set up PoPToP on OpenBSD (using userland PPP - make sure you don't
have GRE interfaces in the kernel). Note that PoPToP does need a semi-
decent amount of CPU, I found on my 486 firewall that the connection
would die if I did any big transfers!
This worked for Win2k PPTP client, not tried any others.
I keep meaning to get around to trying IPSEC.
<URL:http://www.mindspring.com/~opticalcarrier/ipsec.htm> is useful
for Win 2K/XP configuration info.
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