short answer is no....:-(
James W. McKeand wrote:
> Andreas Ferrari wrote:
>>James W. McKeand wrote:
>>>Andreas Ferrari wrote:
>>>>Ita now the 3rd time I ask this question and I hope someone can
>>>>answer it. Is it possible to configure the M0n0wall for use with a
>>>>Nokia 9300 and the Nokia VPN software on it?
>>>>see here http://www.nokia.co.uk/nokia/0,,70283,00.html
>>>>If its not possible at this time to do that with a m0n0wall, what
>>>>will be needed to do that in future?
>>>If you are able to find instructions for VPN setup with any other
>>>IPSec VPN, you should be able to setup a IPSec VPN to a m0n0wall.
>>>You have read the same things I did.
>>Yes, VPN with like MacOSX (or whatever) to a M0n0wall is not the
> I meant instructions on how to setup a VPN with the Nokia to any other
> IPSec VPN.
>>>I am not sure how to create the VPN policy. If the "Nokia Security
>>>Service Manager" allows you to create the policy. It should allow
>>>you to establish a VPN to a m0n0wall (or any IPSec VPN)
>>My problem is that I cant create a policy. I can just define a
>>policy-server. Is there a chance to setup m0n0wall a policy server?
>>If yes what do i need for that?
> Quoted from the datasheet I found when I googled "nokia vpn policy
> Nokia Security Service Manager
> Nokia Security Service Manager is the centerpiece of a scalable Mobile
> VPN solution. It enables VPN to be extended to the mobile domain using
> the Nokia Mobile VPN Clients and supported VPN gateways. Nokia SSM is
> designed specifically to address the initial deployment of Nokia Mobile
> VPN Client software and policies and subsequent management of them.
> Nokia SSM can manage the PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) related
> requirements in mobile environments.
> Compatible VPN gateways include:
> * Nokia IP VPN Gateways (Nokia 500i, Nokia 100i, Nokia 50i and Nokia
> 10i) with Nokia VPN Manager
> * Check Point VPN-1 running on Nokia IP Security Platform with Check
> Point SmartCenter NG AI or higher
> * Cisco 3000 Concentrator running software release 4.7 or higher. Note:
> Software release 4.7 planned to be available from Cisco in April 2005.
> The short answer is that this is an Enterprise Class solution that does
> not scale down to single user at all. (Early RIM Blackberry comes to
> mind...) You need the Security Service Manager, a Policy Management
> Server (don't ask me what this is - I'm looking at the diagram on the
> PDF above), and a "supported" VPN gateway. This is not something I would
> waist time with, unless you plan to deploy dozens (or hundreds) of these
> devices in your company.
> James W. McKeand
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