On December 11, ciaran at capetechnologies.com said:
> If you want the Windows box to participate in the VPN then you should
> only bother with freeswan (www.freeswan.org). You'll also need
> the X.509 patches. There are binaries available at:
CIPE is also an option - here's the Windows side of it:
Also, there's the PPTP stuff, which is Windows' "native" VPN tool. I
believe PoPToP is the name of the Linux server implementation.
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