tbird at PRECISION-GUESSWORK.COM
Sat Aug 26 06:55:08 EDT 2000
Have you taken a look at Patrick Ethier's document
on configuring OpenBSD VPNs? It's definitely got a
section on making client-to-server connections.
It's linked on the "How To" page of the VPN site
Good luck -- tbird
On Sat, 26 Aug 2000, Mohammad Rizal Othman wrote:
> Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2000 12:17:32 +0800
> From: Mohammad Rizal Othman <rizal at MIMOS.MY>
> To: VPN at SECURITYFOCUS.COM
> Subject: Bridge VPN
> We have deployed two OpenBSD based IPSec VPN bridges. They both work
> perfectly. However, now we need to implement a host to gateway VPN, in
> which travelling employees can use a VPN client installed in their
> notebooks to set VPN tunnels to one of the two bridges. Has anyone done
> this? We tried this with NAI's PGPNet. We could establish a tunnel to
> the bridge, however anything behind the bridge is unreachable. A tcpdump
> shows that request to services on hosts behind the bridge are encapsulated
> in esp, whereas replies are not.
> If somebody has done a similar thing, please provide me with some details
> on what you have done.
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> doing "ordinary things extraordinarily well."
> -- Antonio Stradivari
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