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1answer
147 views

Openswan and OpenVPN

I have installed Openswan and have configured IPSec tunnels and they work perfect until i install OpenVPN. Now i can't find out way the ping wont work. When i execute the "service ipsec status" it ...
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1answer
41 views

Is secure pptp not possible on Ubuntu?

From [1], it was said that 1) All users and providers of PPTP VPN solutions should immediately start migrating to a different VPN protocol. PPTP traffic should be considered ...
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0answers
202 views

Complicated OpenVPN/IPSec passthrough setup to solve

I currently have some sort of complicated setup to do. I have a dedicated server, installed with OpenVPN server. There is one OpenWRT router connected to the dedicated server via OpenVPN. On the other ...
0
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1answer
327 views

Strongswan and OpenVPN together

I have an host in Amazon EC2 which is configured with an OpenVPN Access Server. The only client to this server is acting as a gateway from a private network. I installed StrongSWAN 5 on the same host ...
2
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1answer
662 views

Recommendation for a virtual site-to-site VPN appliance [closed]

can you please recommend an Virtual Appliance or Operating System for creating multiple site-to-site VPN? The appliance must of course handle IPSec. It should also be OpenVPN capable. An Additional ...
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1answer
777 views

Pushing IP routes to various VPN clients

With OpenVPN there is a well-known option "push" which allows to push an IP static route from the server to a connected OpenVPN client. I would like to know if there is an equivalent of this option ...
0
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1answer
398 views

Windows 2008 R2 vpn tunnel to DD-WRT

I've DD-WRT router in one location with all servers (Windows 2008 R2) and workstations. In hosting I have Windows 2008 R2 Server with public IP address. I need to setup permanent VPN connection so ...
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1answer
554 views

Site-to-site VPN with multiple WAN links

I want to set up a site-to-site VPN using multiple ISPs and WAN links, such that all traffic to/from site A goes via site B, and the implementation details are completely transparent to the LAN at ...
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2answers
588 views

Which VPN-Software for Road-Warriors

I am using Linux (Debian) as my server platform and want to configure the following: A remote user can connect to a secure VPN server and use its IP to access the Internet, mostly for browsing and ...
3
votes
1answer
2k views

VPN connection between Endian firewall and Android phones

We have an endian firewall (community, 2.4.0) as gateway, which is already serving as OpenVPN and IPSec endpoint (net-to-net). And we have many Android phones (most of them running Android 2.2 FroYo). ...
25
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8answers
45k views

OpenVPN vs. IPSec - Pros and Cons, what to use?

interestingly I have not found any good searchresults when searching for "OpenVPN vs IPSec": I need to setup a private LAN over an untrusted network. And as far as I know, both approaces seem to be ...
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5answers
1k views

what is simplest VPN type approach to use with home network when travelling? [closed]

I'm going travelling and would like to be able to VPN from a internet cafe to home so I can do internet banking more securely. Any advice re what would be the best VPN technology/approach to use ...
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1answer
217 views

Choosing protocol/method of connecting branch offices or datacentres

I have experience of openvpn, ciscos ipsec tunnels and alike but I wonder in what situation one would benefit from using a MPLS instead? If I understand it correctly, MPLS is L2 (but is sometimes ...
4
votes
3answers
755 views

How secure is a VPN connection over WiFi?

I travel a lot and connect to public wifi hotspots all the time. What information will be given out if I use VPN within public wifi hotspots? Will the owners or intruders in the hotspot be able to ...
3
votes
5answers
517 views

The right vpn to replace heavy ssh usage

We are a small development firm looking to access the following services remotely: http smb network shares rdc / vnc Currently we do this with a lot of ssh tunnels. We are looking into switching ...