VPN and Wireless networks

From: fv (fv_at_kh3.org)
Date: 03/05/04

  • Next message: Colin McKinnon: "Re: VPN and Wireless networks"
    Date: Fri, 05 Mar 2004 15:33:34 +0100

    Hello ,

    I have a little question about vpns and wireless security. I have to
    secur a large wireless network (about 40 clients). I would like to use
    IPSEC but i dont know if tunnelling all connections is possible with
    IPSEC and how to find more informations about securing large wireless



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