I've setup PPTP stuff on Linux firewalls for a couple of places..work
well.. win2k comes with support built in for them ... you just need to
grab an updated ppp daemon, pptp stuff and add the a/cs on PAP files, I
noticed one issue, that was quick to get around..
if the a/c was airlied in domain test, I had to add secrets for
to get all combos of Win98, 2k working ..
apart from that it was piss easy and worked fairly quickly ..
On Thu, 28 Mar 2002, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 28, 2002 at 12:29:43PM -0000, HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex2) mentioned:
> > I need to put something together, and I am finding that there are a lot of
> > different options out there, mostly freeswan based, but was wondering if
> > anyone had implemented anything and found it easy or impossible to implement
> > or maintain.
>> Maintaining it is easy. Setting it up requires a lot of voodoo and
> documentation reading. But it does work, and well.
>> > The clients will be running a certain unname-able bug-ridden operating
> > system, so client compatibility or availibility is essential.
> > Any suggestion or pointers much appreciated.
>> I think there is a "Setup IPSec on Win2k with FreeSwan in just 50 pages"
> site linked off www.freeswan.org. Thoroughly terrified our windows people
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