L2TP/IPSec server on FreeBSD
archie at dellroad.org
Sat Aug 21 09:30:30 PDT 2004
Phil Rosenthal wrote:
> I've been trying to set up racoon on FreeBSD to serve as a VPN Server
> that I can connect into using the OS X L2TP/IPSec client, or the
> Windows L2TP/IPSec client, preferably from dynamic ip's, preferably
> from NAT.
> The point would be to have secure internet access behind, say, open
> free hotel wifi, or open starbucks wifi.
> I've found many examples of freebsd w/racoon to connect to freebsd
> w/racoon when both have public static IP's, and no NAT, but none for
> "road warriors" behind random ips, possibly NAT, and the examples i've
> seen talk about IPSec, but don't mention L2TP.
If you want L2TP as well, you might look into port net/sl2tps which
is a fairly new and simple L2TP server implementation.
Archie Cobbs * CTO, Awarix * http://www.awarix.com
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