I would have thought using a proxy server in Country A that Country B
clients can use via the VPN would easy to implement.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob ." <tempuserone at yahoo dot com>
To: "monowall" <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2006 11:51 PM
Subject: [m0n0wall] monowall international network configuration
> I am interested in running a small network from Country A to Country B
> using IPsec with monowall's on each end. So far no problem, standard
> setup (I believe). My next requirement is that when clients from Country A
> access public web sites in Country B that the data only travel outside
> IPsec protection while in Country B. The whole idea is so Country A's ISP
> can not even determine the sites visited much less the data transferred.
> Country B's ISP sees the data stream as local. Basically all data leaving
> Country A goes to Country B via IPsec tunnel where it taken out of the
> IPsec tunnel and put back on the internet to access the required site.
> The data from the site is then returned to the monowall in Country B where
> it is put in an IPsec tunnel back to Country A's client which requested
> the web access. Can this be done using a three (3) nic configuration at
> Country B's end. Any suggestions would be welcomed.
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