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Select VPN server on Centos 6 for iPhone and Notebooks

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Our company want to setup VPN sever service on Centos 6 which need to support both SSL and L2TP/PPTP protocols.
SSL is for notebooks or home computer which can use Internet Explorer to connect to VPN server directly. No need to install additional client software. No need administrative privileges to run the VPN client, power user right is good enough.

And L2TP/PPTP is for iPhone and Andriod phone (No JailBreak or root) to connnect to VPN server.

Is there any free VPN server good for our environment?
Thank you.
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The only GPL browser based SSL VPN is the code that started off as SSLExplorer

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sslexplorer/ 

and the fork

http://sourceforge.net/projects/openvpn-als/

If you need a single "product" to do both SSL and L2TP/IPSec, then I would suggest looking at the Cisco ASA range, its not by any means free, but there is no "free" option...
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