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Hi All

I need your suggestions on a VPN server for Linux..the feature I need most is reliability..any ideas ?

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Are you looking for a site-to-site VPN, or a remote-user VPN?  Do you ming installing a client on user's PCs?

OpenVPN works well for both, and has a nice client from http://openvpn.se/.
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remote user vpn..I will check the openvpn suite.
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If you're running redhat, the dag repo has RPMs for openvpn:
http://dag.wieers.com/rpm/packages/openvpn/
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