Wed, 5 Apr 2000 16:20:00 -0700 (PDT)
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I dislike FreeS/Wan, but the OpenBSD IPSec program is great. PGPnet will
work with it (as well as with FreeS/Wan and Checkpoint and most other
Check out http://www.allard.nu/openbsd for instructions on OpenBSD/PGPnet.
On 5 Apr 2000, John Saylor wrote:
> >>>>> "LS" == L Sassaman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> LS> BTW, has anyone here gotten FreeS/Wan to work? :)
> I'm using OpenBSD's IPsec implementation, feeling that there are less
> holes to plug there [and it fits well with my general *BSD-ish
> orientation]. And I haven't gotten it to work, but I'm only just
> setting it up now.
> My original post was with regards to supporting remote M$ windows
> users [yeech!]- but I'm way off-topic now.
> I want to kill everyone here with a cute colorful Hydrogen Bomb!!
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