[VPN] Host to Host VPN

Siddhartha Jain losttoy2000 at yahoo.co.uk
Thu May 22 01:00:58 EDT 2003

Which OS are you using on your hosts? Most OSs support
IPSec natively, so you should have to buy some VPN
solution, hardware/software.


 --- Walt Reynolds <waltr at umich.edu> wrote: > 
> Forgive me if this was discussed before, but I do
> not see a way to search
> the archives.
> I have a few general questions that I am hoping you
> all can help me with.
> 1. Host to Host VPN connections.  I am looking for a
> software solution
> that will allow me to connect singular machines
> together (well not
> exactly)  I have a single machine that would need to
> be able to have
> multiple machines connected to it.  Can this be
> done...
> PC-1------------|-------PC-a
>                 |-------PC-b
>                 |-------PC-c
> I was thinking PGPnet, but still confused on that. 
> The easiest answer is
> probably a hardware one, but want to avoid that for
> now.  So I would like
> to be able to set up some connection that encrypts
> the data between.  SSH
> and the like will not work (as far as I know) as
> they need to connect to
> a Foxpro database on PC-1 and work through their
> machines (PC-[a-c])
> Actually, I will keep this to that question for now
> and ask others later.
> Thanks.
> -- Walt Reynolds
>    University of Michigan
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