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From: Arjen De Landgraaf (arjen.de.landgraafcologic.co.nz)
Date: Wed May 30 2001 - 18:37:01 CDT
We have just implemented FreeS/WAN - on a Linux based appliance.
We have taken a standard OEM unit and enhanced the capabilities, including
web based config, remote management (requires 2nd tunnel), etc to create a"
set and forget" unit. It currently does Routing, VPN (3DES), NAT all in
one low cost box.
We called this security appliance the EKiss (Keep IT Security Simple).
Our first customer (a joint initiative of 3 large NZ organisations,
including a telecom carrier) have now fully accepted this device and have
started to roll out a large
(3000 unit) VPN network for SME's (in this case pharmacy's and GP's)
throughout New Zealand.
The retail price of our unit is under US$500, and designed for the client
implementation of large scale low-cost (SME) VPN networks.
The next version of the EKiss will also have an inbuilt modem, HUB and some
other enhancements. This replaces 5 functions into 1 low cost appliance,
remotely configured and managed.
For your info, we have designed the complete VPN solution, and on the server
(concentrator) side we currently use NetScreen 100's. A number of the rural
sites have connectivity through a Radio based wireless WAN.
Happy to email you further info, including our technical brochures.
Arjen de Landgraaf
From: Nathan.Reynoldsmed.va.gov [mailto:Nathan.Reynoldsmed.va.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 3:43 AM
Subject: FREESWAN - IPSEC for Linux
Has anyone used FREESWAN for Linux? I'm interested in hearing any
success/horror stories. I have a client that wants me to implement it for a