[clug] Re: recommendations for "roadwarrior" VPN?
stephen.peilschmidt at sfp.com.au
Thu Aug 31 09:36:02 GMT 2006
> Andrew Goodall wrote:
>> Hi Brad
>> Have you considered OpenVPN? I've had some success with 'host-net'
>> but haven't tested it extensively.
> I'll second openvpn. I have a work VPN and a home VPN on openvpn, and
> I can't complain at all. Has clients for Windows, Linux and Mac.
> For fun bedtime reading, here's some articles I had archived from past
> research. OpenVPN comes up well:
> * http://mia.ece.uic.edu/~papers/volans/table.html - a good table
> comparing VPNs by functionality and popularity
> * http://mia.ece.uic.edu/cgi-bin/lxr/http/source/doc/HOWTO.
> - SSL VPNs and OpenVPN: A lot of lies and a shred of truth
> * http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/pubs/linux_vpn.txt - a
> technical look at Linux VPNs. OpenVPN scores well, mentions OpenSWAN
> and slams CIPE, vtun and tinc
You could look at this OpenVPN IPCop how to
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