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Old 08-28-2002, 05:05 AM   #1
chamitha
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Multiple simultaneous VPN connections?


Hi, i'm trying to do a load test on a VPN server. This involves several
clients connecting to the server using VPN and then transfering a file to
and from it. The limitation i face is that i only have a single linux
machine on the client side. Is it possible to establish multiple
simultaneous VPN connections from the same client machine to the VPN server?
If not from the pptp client product, is it feasible and/or possible to
develop such a product? Thanks!
 
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