Thanks to Vin for the help, and Steph for the offer of help. I said I'd
write up for the list in case anybody else needs to do something similar.
It's largely cobbled together from existing resources but it may be of some
help. If you're really familiar with all this IPSec look away now (or feel
free to fill in/correct any gaping holes below). Assume a basic
understanding of what VPN's are all about.
On 06/09/06, Paschal Nee < pnee at toombeola.com> wrote:
>> Anybody out there got any experience with creating a VPN from a Linux
> machine (FC 5 specifically)? Basically we've a requirement to connect to a
> VPN i.e. tunnel some of the traffic from our network over the VPN. Looks
> like a standard IPSec VPN which I'm assuming I can connect to with any
> recent Linux distro. I've a few questions about my assumptions and some
> others which I'd like to talk though with somebody.
>> I'd ask the questions on list but they are wide and varied and probably
> more suited to a face to face. Anybody interested? There would be some
> monetary/gift recognition available.
>> PS I'm in Dublin 8, Thomas Street.
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