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RE: vpn server on linux



if you need pptp then you can opt http://www.poptop.org/ pptp server for linux.
 
IAK

Steven Jones <Steven Jones vuw ac nz> wrote:
IPSEC, freeswan as starting points.

Regards

Thing

-----Original Message-----
From: Security [mailto:security air-austral com] 
Sent: Thursday, 23 June 2005 5:50 p.m.
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Subject: Re: vpn server on linux

Deepak Ray wrote:

>Hi Everybody 
>this is deepak ray writing from nepal 
> 
> 
>how to make vpn server on redhat or fedora if any body have idea
>please share, or help me
> 
>deepakray gmail com
> 
>thanking you 
> 
> 
>Best Regards
>Deepak ray
>
> 
>
No no no, it's better to answer here.
I think the best way is to use openvpn 2.0, it works great on
Redhat/Fedora and Redhat-like distro.
And the best thing: it's working in usermode :)


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