I have been working on a few different products.
I have been running several tunnels and have broken some equipments in the
2 VPN 100
1. Symantec version 8 enterprise firewall and have tested a few others.
I really found that I was overloading the equipment instead of killing it.
3 tunnels will overload the symantec vpn100.
I would recommend if you could get a hold of the vpn200r with the 5 user
client remote user lic that would be a good tool. Confgure the symantec
client to connect to the m0n0wall firewall instead of the vpn200r. It
should work fine. I am planning to test this in the next week or so, and
will post the results.
I moved to m0n0wall for a few reasons but the biggest was cost and support
for myself and a few clients that I need to put firewalls in and support
remote connects by customers.
----- Original Message -----
From: "James W. McKeand" <james at mckeand dot biz>
To: <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2006 8:35 PM
Subject: RE: [m0n0wall] Is it possible to ipsec vpn from mobile winxp to m
Mark Schoonover wrote:
> Jason Collins wrote:
>> Safenet is not free, but it works extremely well. It is also much
>> cheaper to buy the netgear branded version from their store or
>> another distributor.. You can buy a 1 or 5 user license from them
>> -- full version, not limited in any way. It just has the netgear
>> logo on it. I think they are around $40 a seat.
> Wow, I didn't know that. I purchased a couple copies of SN to use.
> The thing I don't like about it is having to configure the remote
> client, which can be 300 miles away. I'm looking at SonicWall to
> replace M0n0 in that respect. SonicWall has no fat client that gets
> installed on the remote computer, and all configuration can be done
> on the SonicWall box. I'd love to hear the experience of others in
> dealing with remote users, especially users that travel with laptops.
SonicWall does have a client that is installed on the client side. In
fact it is an other "Branded" SafeNet client. The client has be modified
and will work easier with SonicWalls. The fact that you can "export" the
settings used by the client does make configuration simpler. Using there
global configuration tools would also be a plus.
The NetGear VPN client has not been modifed (except the NetGear "N" logo
used by the apps in Programs menu) It is much more flexible than the
SonicWall version. One you setup the first mobile machine you can export
form the NetGear Client to use as a starting point for other users. You
can put the client and the spd (settings file) You can burn your own CD
with the file called IPSecPolicy.spd (it will import the settings
automatically) on a CD and mail to remote client. Installation of the
client software is not difficult - only issue may be local
administrator. I did this for a client that had a user in Texas from
Maryland.... (I think that is over 300 miles...)
James W. McKeand
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