From: Cedric Blancher (blancher_at_cartel-securite.fr)
To: "Martin Menhart, B.Sc. m-sys EDV-Dienstleistungen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2004 02:15:08 +0200
Le jeu 17/06/2004 à 18:10, Martin Menhart, B.Sc. m-sys
EDV-Dienstleistungen a écrit :
> A lot of things can be done via ssh-tunnels, but not everything (udp),
> and some things painfully slow (netbios)
> Whats the good thing about that: it does only the port you define
> without restricting anything.
> Very easy to implement (putty an openssh at hand)
You can achieve PPP over SSH, which is ye old man VPN known for long :
Although one may consider IP over TCP is a bad idea :
Another solution is PPP over SSL. I use it with stunnel, and it works
fine. Using a patched version, one can build tunnels though web proxies
with authentication. See :
> I use openvpn-tunnels for several occasions and I am rather satisfied
I like the bridged mode. Very convenient.
> If it is not available on Deb:
It is included in testing and unstable.
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