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IPSec encrypted traffic between Windows 2000 and AIX servers

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I would like to set up and encrypted tunnel between a Windows 2000 server located in our DMZ and an IBM AIX unix system on our internal network.
Can anyone tell me;
- options for IPSec authentication methods
- IPSec security method options & preferences
- DMZ/internal network firewall rule requirement
- any other requirements you feel pertinent

Thanks!
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ghjeist,
Is there a specific article at vpnc I should be looking for, or do you just feel that there may be information that may help within??
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