VPN on Linux

Posted on 2002-03-20
Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I have a LInux server and two networks connected to it, running Windowses. I want to build a VPN with my Linux server, and to use tyneling. How to do this ?
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is a patch for your Linux kernel, then setup FreeS/WAN and you can connect from w2k directly, while w9x and NT works with PGPNet.

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I know this, but clients are using win98
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w98 + PGPNet 7.0 (but not 7.03 !!)

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quietyakr3 earned 200 total points
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There is a pptp patch for the linux kernel.  I don't recommend pptp as a good VPN, but I have used with linux as the server in the past and it works.



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