Layer 2 Tunnelling Protocol is a layer 7 networking protocol which provides an unsecure layer 2 tunnel. It runs on top of UDP, and is commonly used to carry PPP sessions. Security is usually provided with the addition of IPsec.

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Mac and L2TP VPN no problems, xp, vista and 7 no go :s

I've got some weird problem and I'm out off options. The situation: When connecting from my mac to the VPN server (Windows Server 2003 R2) with L2TP PSK, everything works like it should. However, ...
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L2TP iptables port forward

I'm setting up port forwarding for an L2TP VPN connection to the local Windows 2003 VPN server. The router is a simpel Debian machine with iptables. The VPN server works perfect. But I cannot log in ...
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Configuring OS X L2TP VPN to use Certificate for IPSEC layer instead of Pre Shared Key

I'm trying to setup a L2TP VPN on an OS X Snow Leopard Server setup, and have had success using a pre-shared key, however I would rather not rely on a simple string, and use a certificate instead. ...
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How do you enable L2TP in a Cisco Firewall?

I am trying to find out how to allow L2TP traffic through a PIX 515e firewall. Windows 2003 is already configured. Thank you. EDIT: 6.1(2) is the sh version response.
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Using Ubuntu Karmic as an L2TP Client for VPN

I'm trying to connect to a VPN service over L2TP using Karmic as a client and it's not working. The only details I have are the remote IP address, username & password, and a shared secret string; ...
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OpenSwan + xl2tpd VPN: How can I share Internet connection

I have an OpenSwan IPSec + L2TP VPN on Linux setup working from off of my server so I can connect to it from my laptop (roadwarrior setup). I am able to connect to the VPN remotely just fine, however ...
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Setting-up Windows Server 2003 as an L2TP/IPSEC VPN server

I'm looking for a pointer to step-by-step instructions for setting-up a Win Server 2003 Std box as a L2TP/IPSEC VPN server. I don't need to use certificates - pre-shared key is sufficient - and the ...
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L2TP and IPSEC from Windows XP: Where do I put the IPSEC group name?

I'm completely new to networking, but need to setup a VPN. I have a linksys router and have gone through and set it up to use IPSEC and have setup a group name, user, password and pre-shared key. But ...
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Cisco ASA 5505 - L2TP over IPsec

I have followed this document on cisco site to set up the L2TP over IPsec connection. When I try to establish a VPN to ASA 5505 from my Windows XP, after I click on "connect" button, the "Connecting ...
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Linux L2TP Daemon Recommendation

I need to setup a tunnel between two points with no encryption. I know this is generally done using L2TP but what would be the recommended daemon to use. I know of rp-l2tp which I have used in the ...
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L2TP client for Ubuntu

It's easy enough to get a pptp client going on a Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) desktop: sudo apt-get install network-manager-pptp However, I can't seem to find documentation find a corresponding L2TP ...
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Does VPN Service on a “Standard” OS X Server use L2TP or PP2P?

Does VPN Service on a "Standard" OS X Server use L2TP or PP2P?