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IPsec How-to - FreeBSD

Hi all, I'm reading the FreeBSD handbook, the vpn over ipsec how-to section, but how do I apply it if I have 1 freebsd machine with 1 NIC, and multiple XP boxes in a LAN. All communications nfs, ftp etc etc to that Freebsd machine must be encrypted. Can it be done? is there any how to for this scenario somewhere? Thank you...

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    Hi all,

    I'm reading the FreeBSD handbook, the vpn over ipsec how-to section, but how
    do I apply it if I have 1 freebsd machine with 1 NIC, and multiple XP boxes in
    a LAN. All communications nfs, ftp etc etc to that Freebsd machine must be
    encrypted.
    Can it be done? is there any how to for this scenario somewhere?


    Thank you
    Monah Guest

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    On Thu, 31 Mar 2005 10:36:01 -0400
    "Monah Baki" <net> spake thus:
     

    Hi,
    Yes it is possible though I won't claim to have done it myself but you
    would probably be best to start off by looking into a program like
    racoon or something then set up each machine with the private keys or
    certificates. I believe XP is pretty easy setup when it comes to IPSec.

    Good Luck

    LukeK
    Luke Guest

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    >From: org
    [mailto:org] On Behalf Of Luke Kearney 
    >
    >Hi,
    >Yes it is possible though I won't claim to have done it myself but you[/ref]
    would probably be best to start off by looking 
    the private keys or certificates. I believe XP is 

    It is easy to set up, but it only has single key functionality. It does
    not fully support IPSec. This is a big reason why they do not broadcast
    it usablity. They rely on other VPN solutions. One that is up and
    coming is VPN through SSL.

    Charles
    Libby Guest

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