OK, braindead question maybe but, how did you do it? Do you have more than one
IP address and do a one-to-one IP NAT, or one-to-one port NAT (pat)? I am using
just one dyn assigned IP address and perhaps I am not opening the right ports?
Quoting Manuel Kasper <mk at neon1 dot net>:
> On 05.11.2003, at 14:48, Michael C. Ibarra wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone has been able to sucessfully connect to a
> > Cisco VPN
> > concentrator from inside of a m0n0wall firewall, using the Cisco VPN
> > client
> > software (windows based)
> Yep, I can definitely confirm that the Cisco VPN client works behind
> m0n0wall. I have to use it to get into the network of the university
> I'm currently studying at from home, and it works like a charm both
> under Windows and Mac OS X (it's got a UDP tunneling mode, though, so
> it should even work with the most braindamaged firewalls ;).
> > Also, has anyone started to look into deploying and/or
> > adding vpnc to m0n0? (see below)
> > http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/vpnc/
> Not sure if I would want a client for a commercial/proprietary VPN
> product in m0n0wall...
> - Manuel