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 From:  Krzysztof Syguda <ks at koszecin dot net dot pl>
 To:  info at tikay dash event dot de, m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] PPTP and hardware router as client to m0n0wall
 Date:  Sun, 11 Jun 2006 10:20:57 +0200
Thanks a lot for complete answer :-)


Thomas Koch [TiKay Event] wrote:

> DSL-PPtP like in Routers is completly incompatible  to the
> MS-VPN-PPtP. The PPtP in the Routers is called Modem-PPtP an uses only
> the Authentification-Method and the Transportation-Functions of PPtP.
> The VPN-PPtP developed by MS has the Security-Function also
> implemented and so you cant use it together.
>
> 2006/6/10, Krzysztof Syguda <ks at koszecin dot net dot pl>:
>
>> Thomas,
>>  you are right -pptp is made by ms but it is implemented now in almost
>> all  small routers and I really don't know the reason why it could not
>> be use with m0n0wall.
>> I have m0n0wall router with pptp server configured in the same subnet as
>> clients. I can use PC with window and Linux system to reach them and
>> establish a tunnel (only ip and subnet mask is needed to do this) - what
>> is the difference between pc with linux and eg linxys router with linux
>> on board:?
>>
>> If it is really impossible and m0n0wall have not implemented l2tp server
>> - maybe someone know small boxes (routers) with IPSEC -please give me a
>> model and vendor - I'll be very thankful.
>>
>> Thomas Koch [TiKay Event] wrote:
>>
>> > VPN via PPtP is made from Microsoft. The PPtP buildin in routers is
>> > for DSL-Access linke in Austria. I just tried it and it is not
>> > possible. For that you must use IPSec.
>> >
>>
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>> > 2006/6/10, Krzysztof Syguda <ks at koszecin dot net dot pl>:
>> >
>> >> I need to connect two subnets using m0n0wall as a pptp server.
>> >> There is no problem with windows pptp client, but I need any hardware
>> >> device to use as a pptp clients.
>> >> I have tried to use many small routers - linksys (with original 
>> and open
>> >> wrt and dd-wrt software) airlink, smc and d-link, which have pptp 
>> client
>> >> on WAN.
>> >> No of them is able to connect with m0n0wall.
>> >> Do someone know the "small" hardware unit which works with 
>> m0n0wall or
>> >> know some tips -how to made it works?
>> >>
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