On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 12:14:28PM +0000, Ronan Waide wrote:
> On December 2, sodonnell at campusit.net said:
> > i get the horrible feeling im missing something here,
> > but if you need to connect to winxp boxes using ssh
> > just install cygwin, then run the ssh-install-host
> > script to configure ssh (it will even set it up as an nt service
> > for you)
>> That's fine for connectivity (i.e. shelling from one box to the other)
> but not so good for trying to tunnel a TCP/IP connection over the
> line - you need a PPP endpoint which can be told to use the TCP/IP
> pipe provided by ssh.
> To the original poster: are you 100% sure you can't use IPSEC?
Well, I'm very new to this area (read: started looking into it last
night), but from what i could tell, IPsec signs every packet with the ip
address of the machine, so having it appear to come from a different
machine invalidates it.
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