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Access Windows 2003 VPN server from Fedora ????

Posted on 2006-05-19
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Last Modified: 2013-12-16
Hi Experts,

This is the scenario;

I have windows 2003 VPN server running in my office and I have a Fedora BOX at home. I need to connect this BOX to my VPN. Because I’m willing to work on this BOX from the office.  How to connect windows VPN server from Fedora ?

And some kind of a solution to reconnect the VPN serfer if disconnected from my home end.

Please advice !!!

Thanks !
Question by:NetMaxtor

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arvind earned 750 total points
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tplehman earned 750 total points
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right you are arvind, but damn, that's alot of work.  
The preferable solution is to bridge the two gateways, one at the office and one at home with something like OpenVPN.

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