cisco vpn experience?

Milan Obuch bsd at
Wed Apr 20 00:42:36 PDT 2005

On Wednesday 20 April 2005 09:35, Julian Elischer wrote:
> Milan Obuch wrote:
> > On Wednesday 20 April 2005 09:02, Julian Elischer wrote:
> >>Andriy Gapon wrote:
> >>>If you are more interested in "road warrior type configurations" rather
> >>>than site-to-site (judging from your refrence to special cisco vpn
> >>>clients), please take a look at security/vpnc and google:ipsec-tools
> >>>(not in the ports yet).
> >>
> >>thanks..
> >>ended up using vpnc
> >>
> >>>I have used the latter with CheckPoint FW (with modifications to code),
> >>>so it is quite possible that it now works with Cisco VPN too (don't be
> >>>fooled by their home page, they already have version 0.5.1 if you go to
> >>>Downloads link).
> >
> > Slightly off-topic but still similar question - is anybody using BSD to
> > connect to Cisco series 3000 VPN concentrator? We use mainly FreeBSD in
> > our network, and I need this type of connection...
> this was my question..
> the answer was to use vpnc (instead of the linux or Windows clients cisco
> give you to use)
> the 3000 can also do 'normal' ipsec tunnels too
> so that is probably usable from "normal" freebsd ipsec.

OK. Are there any pointers/urls for working config? I did not use anything 
like this yet.

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