On Saturday, July 3, 2004, 11:18:50 AM, Peter Curran <peter at closeconsultants dot com> wrote:
PC> As promised recently, I have now completed the first pass on a system called
PC> m0n0-ovpn. This is a mechanism for using the popular OpenVPN server in
PC> This system is implemented as a module.
PC> You can find out about the system and download the code from:
PC> The tarball includes everything you need to modify a standard 1.1 m0n0 image
PC> to include the module, this could be done on a none-freebsd machine if
PC> The system currently supports and is tested with tun-style tunnels. There is
PC> a brief tutorial on the site that explains how to setup a typical 'road
PC> warrior' scenario. The system actually has tap-style tunnels as well but
PC> this is untested, and so may blow up :-). Once I have tested it some more I
PC> will supply some further 'how-to-use' tutorials based on tap-style tunnels.
PC> Please be gentle - this is a very early cut at this task and there are many
PC> more features to implement and test. Please supply your feedback either
PC> directly or via the list.
PC> Peter Curran
Thanks a lot for your hard work on this, however is it possible to be
extremely cheeky and ask if anyone could create some prepatched images
for those of us stuck without a FreeBSD (or even *nix) machine on
which to do the compilation :(
matchstick at oofg dot com