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RRAS on Linux for VPN users on Windows

Posted on 2009-07-05
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Currently i have three RRAS running on Windows 2003 for VPN users of my LAN, these users dial their VPN and get authenticated from Windows 2003 and then a real ip assign to them so they can access internet. RRAS is connected on back to Free RADIUS and then billing.

Now i want to shift this Windows base RRAS to some Linux platform as Windows Server become slow when user increase from 1500 in quantity.
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Here is a how to. You my want to consider a hardware vpn for that many users.
http://www.debian-administration.org/article/Creating_a_radius_based_VPN_with_support_for_Windows_clients
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are you saying we use cisco concentrator with Free RADIUS ?

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Thanks its quite briefed.
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