Re: iptables and Free S/Wan working together
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 23:26:36 +0200
Mairhtin O'Feannag <email@example.com> wrote:
> I recently read an article in Linux Journal that stated, essentially,
> that IPTABLES and Free S/Wan will not work together, in that the
> implementation of IPSec that occurs in Free S/Wan "breaks" the packet
> filtering that
> occurs at the kernel level. Is this true?
Not sure what they mean by this.
> Is there a way to have one machine be both my firewall and my VPN
> "server" ???
Yes, this is possible. It is even often advisable to do it
this way especially with NAT-routers because then there is
no need to forward VPN traffic over the NAT-router to the
VPN gateway. Since this can sometimes be hairy depending
on the used VPN technology.
> Also, are there any Windows VPN clients that work with Free S/Wan???
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