gpg secure gateway feature
Thu Aug 1 11:43:01 2002
If you talk about PGPnet, it's an IPSec client. This is not
directly related to GnuPG (an OpenPGP implementation). There are IPSec
implementation for GNU/Linux (in user space and kernel space) check out
PS : "Marketing is the mafia of the soul."
On Wed, 31 Jul 2002 Michael.Pruden@transplace.com wrote:
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> PGP used to have a feature called "Secure Gateway" that provided an
> option of adding a subnet or gateway. This feature enabled you to
> create a VPN through a Cisco Access concentrator to a host inside the
> VPN gateway. I found a note in some online PGP documentation that
> indicates that :
> Secure gateways are not supported in PGP Freeware.
> Is there any possibility, since network associates has thrown in the
> towel regarding PGP that GPG could re-integrate this options into the
> next release of GPG. This would be very helpful, and provide a way
> for common users to create VPN tunnels.
> Please respond directly to my email address, because I an not a
> subscriber to the news group.
> Mike Pruden
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