Re: VPN solution needed (linux<->win32)

Denis Voitenko (denis@o3m.com)
Wed, 8 Dec 1999 11:40:26 -0800


There is a slick application called PoPToP
(http://www.moretonbay.com/vpn/pptp.html) available for Linux that does the
job. I found it pretty difficult to install, but it worked.

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Subject: VPN solution needed (linux<->win32)

> Hi.
>
> I'm looking to find a (free if possible) VPN solution for my network. I
> have a linux fw (ip filters + masq) hoocked up a cable modem connection
and
> would like to access data on internal servers while connected elsewhere on
> the net (like a friend's house, the office or simply using my dialup
> account when I work on the road). Since those are untrusted networks on
> which I will never get the same IP adress, I need something that is
> flexible enough to accomodate this.
>
> Most of the time, my client will be a win32 client (win9x or nt4).
>
> I already looked at Cybernetica's Secure Socket Agent (SSA) built over a
> SSL connection which is free for home and educational purposes but don't
> know about the technology is good or if any of you have a better solution
> or experience.
>
> Thanks!
>
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