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Re: [K12OSN] OT: VPN articles



If you want to play about with vpn's get a couple of boxes, load
smoothwall on them and create a vpn that way.

It'll get you started and give you the confidence to then create your
own linux vpn box.

On Wed, 2003-10-15 at 13:09, Terrell Prude', Jr. wrote:
> I would recommend http://www.freeswan.org and http://www.cisco.com. 
> The former is a kernel/userland combination showing how to make a
> GNU/Linux box into a VPN gateway.  On the latter, they use Google as a
> search engine, so use "+VPN" and also put in "-concentrator" and
> "-PIX", otherwise you'll get deluged with a bunch of product plugs for
> the (expensive!!!) VPN Concentrator and PIX Firewall series.  Both Web
> sites are very informative. 
> 
> When you're done with that, head on over to http://www.openbsd.org/,
> and they'll talk about how to do VPNs with OpenBSD. 
> 
> I have used all three of these to help teach me about VPNs in
> general.  Hopefully they help you as well. 
> 
> --TP 
> 
> On Wed, 2003-10-15 at 03:13, Stephen Liu wrote: 
>         Hi all folks,
>         
>         I have been searching VPN introduction and related articles as well on 
>         Internet without much discovery.  Can any folk shed me some light.  
>         Pointers would be appreciated.
>         
>         Thanks in advance.
>         
>         B.R.
>         Stephen Liu
>         
>         
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