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Subject: Re: Linux PPTP/VPN Solutions
From: Dan Siemon (dsiemonSTRAT.NET)
Date: Mon Jul 24 2000 - 09:39:01 CDT
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I have no idea if PGPNet runs on Win2000 or if it's internal IPSec will
work with FreeS/WAN. If you are going to deploy FreeS/WAN I would
suggest you join their mailing list.
My last email contains a couple of useful links.
Ryan Hilton wrote:
> Does this configuration also support Win2000 clients? If so, does it support
> any of the internal Win2k security features (I know it ships with IPSec
> support, just not sure how good) also, do you know of any *good* documentation
> on setting this up? Like I said, this is a subject matter I have not touched
> and have not found much good documentation on. Perhaps if I ever get it to run
> I'll have to make something up.
> Thanks all for the help, I know this is going to be of great help to many.
> On Sat, 22 Jul 2000, you wrote:
> > We use Linux FreeS/WAN servers to NAI PGPNet running on Windows 9X
> > remote clients with great success.
> > Dan
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