What https-based vpn is advized ?
Date: Sat, 10 Sep 2005 19:11:27 +0200
I want to set up a HTTPS-based VPN. What S/W to use? openswan, openvpn,
freeswan, something else ?
Thanks a lot,
- Removal of freeswan from sarge
... Reasoning: freeswan is dead. ... package updates to new upstream version have not taken that long ... third-party patches I have been applying to the Debian package over the last ... Since quite some time, I am also packaging openswan, and for nearly that long ...
- Re: OpenSwan
... My kernel is 2.6.9-5.ELsmp. ... When I uninstalled openswan and I installed freeswan, after, the error was ... if your kernel 2.4 upgrade(install) your kernel or try install kernel ...
- Routing problem with openvpn and openswan
... OpenSwan, works like a charm. ... This dapper-box is also an OpenVPN-gateway ... OpenSwan link so they can reach the remote office. ... have to do some magic tricks to transform the OpenVPN traffic or something. ...
- Re: VPN server recommendation
... >> A fellow administrator suggested that we used OpenVPN. ... >> The only VPN I have heard about is Poptop. ... > I've only used FreeSwan, which does the job connecting two sites ...
... openvpn. ... openswan is more complicated than ... The advantage of strongswan is the integration in NetworkManager, ... OpenVPN and Cisco VPN ...