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Old 06-30-2004, 07:25 PM   #1
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Freeswan config

I'm just wondering if there is a person who could help me with configuring an encrypted tunnel.

I need to encrypt my wireless bridge ASAP, but i'm new in using VPN. I recently installed freeswan on my linux box and I would like to tell it that I want only encrypt the masqueraded network (which is wireless) and leave the network 'clean'. (assuming that my public static address is f.e.

I'm gonna study the manuals - i promise, don't tell me off - but if there was one of you who is familiar with this and could recommend a quick initial configuration, i would really appreciate it.

Thanks, Matej


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