about VPN solution
pavel.jordak at siemens.com
Tue Aug 9 18:51:04 GMT 2005
On 9 Srpen 2005, 17:16, Panagiotis Christias napsal(a):
> On 8/9/05, Glenn Dawson <glenn at antimatter.net> wrote:
>> At 03:15 AM 8/9/2005, vladone wrote:
>> >I have an private network, that acces the internet via an freebsd
>> >gateway. I want to buil some authentication for my users, to prevent
>> >ilegal connections. When an user want to connect to my gateway (to
>> >acces the internet), require to enter user and password.
>> >My questions is:
>> >What solution, is best for this?
>> m0n0wall should be able to do what you want, and it's based on FreeBSD.
> You could try openvpn (http://openvpn.net/) too. It can run as an
> extra service on your freebsd box and provide ssl based vpn access
> using ssl certificates for authentication.
if I understand well your issue (to authenticate the "inner" users), I
think authpf(8) could be probably your friend.
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