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 From:  Paul underscore Kiely at Monitor dot com
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] checkpoint vpn
 Date:  Fri, 13 Oct 2006 11:26:55 -0400

I know this probably not what you want to hear, but I run Checkpoint's VPN 
client, Secure Client, behind my home m0n0wall with no issues.  I'm 
running the latest release of m0n0wall (1.22) on a Soekris 4501.

Does the client report any kind of error?  Also, are you connecting over 
wireless or wired?  I'm not sure what version of Secure Client you're 
running, but make sure it's a recent version.  Older versions of 
Checkpoint's VPN client had problems adjusting MTU size.


Paul Kiely
Monitor Group
Two Canal Park
Cambridge, Massachusetts  02141

Tel: +1 617.252.2270
Elm: pkiely at monitor dot com
Web: http://www.monitor.com

Fabrizio Lippolis <fabrizio dot lippolis at aurigainformatica dot it> 
Sent by: news <news at sea dot gmane dot org>
10/13/2006 03:25 AM

m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch

[m0n0wall]  checkpoint vpn


last weekend I tried to connect from home to the network of the firm 
where I work using the Checkpoint VPN client. I just put a laptop on 
which was installed the Checkpoint client in my home network behind 
m0n0wall and tried to connect but it didn't work. Does anybody have 
experience with it? Thank you in advance.


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