zealot <zealot at tradersguild dot net> wrote:
> Jan Walzer wrote:
>> Hi ...
>> Anybody can give me a concrete answer, that my Information is correct?
>> So far, Win2k and XP are not able to build an IPsec-Connection to m0n0?
>> M0n0 can only work with preshared Keys?
>> Win2k/XP can only work with certificates?
>> There exists 3rd-Party-Software for Win, to connect per IPsec?
>> Where can I find/test this Software?
>> Jan Walzer
>> PS: How about Linux-Clients, connecting to m0n0? Which software?
> Win2k and WinXP are able to build an IPSec connection to m0n0wall.
> See how to configure Windows to connect to a typical IPSec VPN endpoint
> Read about and get Microsoft's L2TP/IPSec NAT-T Update for Windows XP
> and Windows 2000 if you've not updated recently (tsk tsk tsk).
Are these supplied by WindowsUpdate? If so, I'm fine...
> Read Manuel (or Falcor's?) documentation with pictures on how to
> configure m0n0wall to accept IPSec connections.
I've read this too.
> m0n0wall can only work with preshared keys.
OK. So one question remains.
Will the setup work with Roadwarrior-MobileClients?
So, will it work with dynamic IPs?
The point is, that PPTP is not suitable for our needs, and we
want the security through an IPsec-Tunnel (OpenVPN isn't yet
available in M0n0). So What I found so far for Windows is, that
it will only work with Certs and static IPs, but I'll reread the texts
mentioned, and try to see what I missed...
Thanks so far ...
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