VPN Problem's

Dear all,

I am having a problem with VPN, I currently have L2TP set up but the problem is while im working in the other office they have the port closed. They only have the following open:

       Open TCP Port:       22                 ssh
       Open TCP Port:       23                 telnet
       Open TCP Port:       80                 http
       Open TCP Port:       443                https


Is there another way of setting up a VPN, for example a HTTP based VPN how can i set up a VPN with the ports open?

Regards

Lyon
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SysExpertCommented:
Possible, but not necessarily easy.

see the openVPN project. It might help you.


I hope this helps !
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kuknoCommented:
well, use OpenVPN. It's able to build a vpn tunnel through tcp/443 (ssl/https) and also use a proxy for the windows OpenVPN client.

http://www.openvpn.net

Regards
Kurt
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LyonJayAuthor Commented:
I forgot to mention this would be a Mac OS X system.

Regards

Lyon

P.S.

I do have a Cisco Pix if needed.

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kuknoCommented:
OpenVPN runs on Mac OS X as well and the Netgear solution is an appliance.
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LyonJayAuthor Commented:
Hmm

Is There A GUI Version As This Is Open Source And Only Has GUI For Windows?

Lyon
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kuknoCommented:
Yes,

have a look at kvpnc

http://home.gna.org/kvpnc

Regards
Kurt
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kuknoCommented:
there is also a MacOS version of a GUI client: http://code.google.com/p/tunnelblick/
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