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#1 Snapper

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Posted 05 October 2005 - 08:15 PM

Does anybody have experience with VPN routers? I am haveing difficulty setting up a secure connection. I am using a BEFVP41 Linksys router, and i have tried "The greenbow" and "SSH sentinal" as client software. I also want to use IPSEC settings for a secure tunnel. I have checked out different forums and done a lot of googling about it . Hope someone out there has used one of these two things before.
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Posted 05 October 2005 - 10:42 PM

a reply to myself (how weird?) and to others who may have read this and wondered what would help. I tried 4 different clients. the ONLY easy, yet secure, (3des encryption, and sha-1 authentication with PFS) free client that was literally seconds to configure was "securepoint personal firewall", it has built in VPN and IPSEC configuration policies. i turn the firewall off, but the VPN configuration was a cinch. it can be downloaded here http://www.securepoint.cc/ for all you VPN'ers!
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Posted 06 October 2005 - 06:58 PM

blunder blunder! it is easy to setup, but crappy. im gonna stay with greenbow.
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