Re: Linux VPN (again)

From: Robert Claeson (
Date: 09/09/02

From: Robert Claeson <>
To: John Horne <>
Date: 09 Sep 2002 17:45:15 +0200

On Sun, 2002-09-08 at 19:51, John Horne wrote:

> In that respect does anyone run a vpn service supporting several hundred
> users?

Yes, but we ended up switching to Cisco equipment and Cisco's VPN client
software (licenses are included in the purchase of Cisco PIX and Cisco
VPN Concentrators, so there's no additional cost involved).

> If so how are they authenticated?

Through Radius. We use FreeRadius.

The very remembrance of my former misfortune proves a new one to me.
		-- Miguel de Cervantes

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