On Wed, 2004-11-03 at 11:30, Vincent Fleuranceau wrote:
> The problem is that you won't always seat on the same 'side' of the
> router: sometimes on the WAN side, sometimes on the LAN side...
Could that be solved by putting two extra interfaces on the router, and
forwarding vpn-trafic into a specific interface?
something like this?
WAN-->-- DMZ1 ->--+
LAN-->-- MONO |
all vpn-traffic from WAN/LAN/WLAN is forwarded to DMZ1 and going into
the DMZ2 interface where the vpn-software is listening?
(ok just a crasy idea)
> I don't know if it's a real problem, but I guess IPsec won't like
> this... OpenVPN (if binding all interfaces) may work -- not tested.
Why should/would they care about how I get in? if the deamon is
listening on all interfaces i'd say it should work.
What about the nat problem?
My router is running a static IP _and_ available thru dns-lookup (though
rDNS do not give the same name)
Henning Wangerin <mailinglists dash after dash 041101 underscore reply dash not dash possible at hpc dot dk>