On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 21:39:42 -0500, Scott Ullrich <sullrich at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Hello Peter!
> I just did a quick search for vpnc and its already included in the
> FreeBSD ports collection:
> su-3.00# make search name=vpnc
> Port: vpnc-0.2_3
> Path: /usr/ports/security/vpnc
> Info: Client for Cisco 3000 VPN Concentrator
> Maint: delta at lackas dot net
> I went ahead and compiled it up and it appears to be okay. Does
> this work only with the Cisco 3000 or would it apply to other model
> Cisco products as well?
That should work with every Cisco PIX, VPN Concentrator, and VPN
enabled router. The ports description (and description on vpnc
website) is a bit misleading.
Would have to set it up to NAT internal IP's over the VPN to the IP
assigned to vpnc.
Ideally, I'd rather see site to site IPsec, but I know there are a ton
of situations where that isn't feasible where you don't control the
remote VPN device, so this would be nice to have.