[sf-lug] VPN Questions
nathan at foo-o-rama.com
Wed Dec 5 16:08:53 PST 2007
I was referring to your router at home, not the VPN router on your company's
On 12/5/07, Mark K. Zanfardino <mark at zanfardinoconsulting.com> wrote:
> Asheesh - I'm sure that the best overall solution would be to run a
> native VPN solution, I'm just not sure that this router supports it or
> that I have enough information to make the necessary configuration
> work. Time permitting I will try to get to an upcoming meeting and see
> if I can get more hands-on help. Thanks!
> Nathan - Sadly this is a company router and I'm not in a position to
> change it. We have too many processes relying on this router performing
> as it does today that my singular need for a linux connection to it is
> not enough to justify the time and expense of swapping it out or
> replacing the firmware, as much as I might like to. So, either I get a
> native linux solution working or I keep coming into the office...
> Asheesh Laroia wrote:
> > On Wed, 5 Dec 2007, Mark K. Zanfardino wrote:
> >> I haven't made much progress with this since yesterday, but I have
> >> read a few more suggestions and will be taking them into
> >> consideration. If I make any progress I will post the results here.
> > If you need help with my suggestion, I should probably be at the next
> > SF-LUG meeting. I believe that using a native VPN client is the only
> > way you will be able to get it to work natively!
> > -- Asheesh.
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