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Setting up an IPSec VPN server in linux

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I'm trying to set up an IPSec VPN Server using Debian.  The server will be connecting to a Linksys WRV200 VPN Router.  I managed to do it once by accident through multiple tutorials and using webmin.  Is there an easy tutorial or easy steps to get this setup quickly?


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Hi !

I think is what you want.

http://www.cyberdogtech.com/firewalls/tutorial.php?page=ipsec

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Thanks for the link.  We decided to go with IPCop.
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