OpenSSH VPN in Windows?

I know OpenSSH 4.3 and later supports the making of a real VPN through SSH
in Linux using the tun(4) interface, without any additional software. Is
there any way to do this using OpenSSH or other free tools on Windows? Does
tun(4) work under Cygwin? And if so, would the VPN work for other Windows



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