[K12OSN] NFS Client for Windows

Julius Szelagiewicz julius at turtle.com
Wed May 26 19:50:46 UTC 2004

On Wed, 26 May 2004, Les Mikesell wrote:

> On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 13:07, Julius Szelagiewicz wrote:
> >  you need to set up VPN, make sure that routing is going correctly and
> > then just map the drives by address or by name entered in lmhosts or by
> > wins. In all this the VPN is crucial - access to files from the 'net is
> > not as much insane as it is suicidal.  Since you obviously run K12, just
> > apt-get cipe and use that for an aeasy to set VPN. julius
> CIPE is less handy when you only have windows on the other end.  It
> also seems to be near end-of-life as it is not included in fedora FC2
> (IPsec is included instead).
> SMEserver includes a patched poptop (PPTP server) that is nice for
> remote windows access. They also make it easy by having their
> template system build a /etc/chap-secrets file with all the users
> and pointers to the /etc/smbpasswd file for the passwords in a
> form that work with ms-chap.  Has anyone tried to duplicate this
> concept on k12ltsp or stock RH9/fedora?
	CIPE demise is very bad news indeed. IPsec is fine and dandy if
you have routable addresses, when you have the cable provider insist on
giving you a natted address, you can use CIPE for vpn, but not IPsec.
Maybe the new IPsec behaves differently from the current one ...

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