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Windows XP ipsec?  VPN?

Posted on 2004-10-05
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Is windows XP ipsec vpn tunnel fully capable? has anyone tested it on a netgear fvs318??  

thanks!
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fully capable to do what?
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windows xp is ipsec compatable
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