I have had the linksys routers running just fine, with their own vpn
between them. I needed a multiple static IP from my provider and that
is why I chose to "upgrade" to m0n0wall. I have been pleased for the
most part with it. Although I seem to have to rewrite my Nat rules
when I try to get ipsec running. It seems that it closes the ports
for my webserver, ftp and VNC, and my ip phones. Those are on a
different Wan IP than the VPN I want to setup. Am I experiencing a
noobie ism? Should I go with the latest Beta of m0n0wall?
On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 20:27:37 -0500, Don Munyak <don dot munyak at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Chris...are you running the OpenVPN client on Windows connecting to m0n0wall ?
> If so, what version of m0n0wall are you connecting to?
> On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 18:43:55 -0600, Christopher Snell
> <chris dot snell at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 22:12:57 -0500, Ed Lentz <elentz at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > > my Linksys VPN router. Everytime I try to get the tunnel setup the
> > > m0n0wall crashes. Just stops responding. I have read on the list
> > > that this didn't work a few months ago. I have a dsl at home with a
> > > dynamic ip. Is there a work around, a free vpn client I can use with
> > > WinXP and Win 98SE? The 98 machine will be a laptop. Any answers or
> > > suggestions are welcome
> > Do yourself a big favor: ditch the Linksys. We bought three of them
> > and never did get them working for more than a few minutes. Go get
> > yourself a copy of the OpenVPN GUI for Windows:
> > http://openvpn.se/
> > Read the OpenVPN documentation:
> > http://openvpn.se/howto.html
> > http://openvpn.se/documentation.html
> > http://openvpn.net/howto.html
> > Set up the OpenVPN server on your m0n0wall box and the client on your
> > Windows box (or vice-versa, if you desire) and you should be good to
> > go.
> > OpenVPN has proven itself to be secure and very, very reliable.
> > Chris
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