How do i connect Ciscos VPN client to Checkpoint VPN server
I am probably out on real deep water, but i give it a try.
I want connect my Mandrake 9.1 box at home to my office using VPN because i want to use one of the floating licences for a CAD software called ProEngineer that we have at work (I also have ProEngineer at home on my mandrake box). The licence manger used is called FlexLm.
At work we are using Windows, and a VPN software called SecureClient/Server from a vendor called Checkpoint.
SecureClient doesnt exist for later Linux kernels, so that software i cant use. Someone said that i probably could use Ciscos VPN client instead but then i probably need to convert the configuration info used by SecureClient to Ciscos VPN client. I basicly need to convert "Users.C" (config used by SecureClient) to a .pcf file (config used by Cisco)
Have anyone done that? Or know how? Or have a better solution for how i could obtain the ProEngineer licence?
The pcf file consistes of: the link name (whatever you want to call it), the ip address, the login id and password. I have only used the Windows client but that can all be typed in by hand. What does the Linux client look like?
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