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Old 05-02-2002, 02:37 PM   #1
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VPN Connections

I am experimenting with a VPN server called Netmax. It uses Freeswan for the VPN. I am trying to connect to it as a road warrior from a windows XP laptop, but I have not had much success.

Vpn clients from Softkey, borderware and PGPnet do seem to work on windows XP. I can use the tool supplied by e.bootis to connect with a static ip address, but not as a road warrior.

Netmax requires identification by user domain ie for road warrior connections.

Does anyone know of a client that works with windows xp or a work around that I could use.


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last i checked, i thought this was a Linux - Security forum..
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