Re: OpenVPN?

From: Ivan Andres Hernandez Puga (
Date: 06/16/04

  • Next message: Martin Menhart, B.Sc. m-sys EDV-Dienstleistungen: "Re: OpenVPN?"
    Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 17:47:28 -0300
    To: Fre <>

    If you want a TOTALLY transparent solution for Windows XP, you can use
    the Microsoft VPN implementation with pptp, but also need to do some
    patches to the kernel and pppd.
    apt-get install pptpd webmin-pptp-server

    and follow this instructions:

    Ivan Hernandez

    Fre wrote:

    >Guys (and gals),
    >I'm thinking to implement VPN between Debian and Windows XP-clients...
    >Plan was to use OpenVPN, as I did hear some possitive comments about it.
    >But I'd like to use some debian-apt, I have no clue what vpn-package to
    >install, though.
    >Any suggestion?
    >Should I go for the OpenVPN-idea?

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