Secure VPN Gateway
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I just want to make you aware of an exciting new piece of software that is available from
I think you'll be interested in the software because it provides a very secure means of
connecting to remote servers over unsecured networks like the Internet.
It is like a VPN & Firewall system fused together to provide network port access to
specific servers. The web management interface and the VPN client make this software;
very secure, very easy to manage, and very easy to use.
Special features have been built into it to defeat key logger software and man in the
This is commercial software but there is a free trial version available that uses Vmware
player to host the Secure VPN Gateway.
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filenam...VPN over VPN?
i hope someone may help ...
For internet i have to connect to our server at my place via VPN.
--everything is fine --
And now my question:
Is it possible to connect to an server in the internet via VPN too?
Do i need some additional tools for that or is this impossible?
Thanks in advance,
In article <3F17B586.email@example.com>,
Otto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
:For internet i have to connect to our server at my place via VPN.
:--everything is fine --
:And now my question:
:Is it possible to connect to an server in the internet via VPN too?
:Do i need so...VPN in a VPN
man can build a different one VPN tunnel in a VPN tunnel via Cisco's.
In article <email@example.com>, joe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
:man can build a different one VPN tunnel in a VPN tunnel via Cisco's.
Not using a Cisco PIX.
With IOS, you might be able to do it using a loopback interface.
For both IOS and PIX, all crypto map policies applied to the same interface
send out the IPSec packets directly to the peer, even if the peer
is within an address range matched by the ACL for a different crypto map
I do not know what would h...VPN Throug VPN
I Use at my university a VPN Wlan Connection and i'll connect through
this connection to another VPN (Company)
Is it possible and how to do this??
BRGDS and Thanks, J
...VPN from Cisco to VPN
Does anyone know how to create a VPN (ANy type) from a Cisco 1601 to a
Netscreen 100? Or where to get the information.
I have emailed you a stepthrough
NCSA NetScreen Certified Security Associate
NCSI NetScreen Certified Security Instructor
NetScreen Authrorised Training Centre in the UK
...Replacement VPN router for a Symantec Firewall/VPN Appliance 100
Symantec discontinued this product line and I need to find a suitable
replacement for a unit that died. This unit was used in a remote
office to provide a VPN point to point tunnel with another Symantec
VPN Appliance. My main concern is that whatever I get to replace it
will be compatible with the remaining Symantec VPN 100 appliance and
I'll be able to set up the point to point VPN tunnel again. Any
suggestions or comments are appreciated.
...Small office firewall/vpn/security appliance
We are setting up a new office network and would like some advise/experience
on firewalls. I have looked at the messages but am still confused :)
Today we have a single external connection (business cable 2/4) but may want
to expand with a backup. There will be 2-3 externally visible servers with
their own IP and a small LAN - 15 users. We need VPN access (10 licenses)
to the servers for external users. We will probably set up the internal lan
using a "store" router for NAT but could also use the firewalls NAT. We
would like (of course) as much protection as we can get ...Secure Point Personal firewall & VPN
Has anyone tried this product, or is anyone familiar with how to set it
up for file sharing on a home network. I tried using the library rules
for printer and file sharing and Microsoft Networks, but it won't
recognize any of my PC's. I'm assuming additional rules may be needed.
In article <hWbGc.28742$7t3.7318@attbi_s51>, email@example.com says...
> Has anyone tried this product, or is anyone familiar with how to set it
> up for file sharing on a home network. I tried using the library rules
> for printer and file sharing and Microsoft Networks, but it won...VPN Symantec Gateway Security
Can anybody help me to following problem?
I have to connect a Symantec Gateway Security 5400 Series (SGS) to a
Checkpoint firewall. Only some Client's behind the SGS should be able
to connect to the Checkpoint firewall per Checkpoint Client Software.
The Checkpoint Client Software tell me, that the VPN connection works.
But i can't reach any host in the network behind the Checkpoint
Firewall. The Administrator of the Checkpoint Firewall (CPF) told me
that all packages leave the firewall correct, so it seems the SGS is
probably not configure right.
A VPN connection without SGS, only the Checkpoint Client Software, is
So, the problem is really the SGS and its configuration.
> Hi all.
> Can anybody help me to following problem?
> I have to connect a Symantec Gateway Security 5400 Series (SGS) to a
> Checkpoint firewall. Only some Client's behind the SGS should be able
> to connect to the Checkpoint firewall per Checkpoint Client Software.
> The Checkpoint Client Software tell me, that the VPN connection works.
> But i can't reach any host in the network behind the Checkpoint
> Firewall. The Administrator of the Checkpoint Firewall (CPF) told me
> that all packages leave the firewall correct, so it seems the SGS is
> probably not configure right.
> A VPN connection without SGS, only the Checkpoint Client Software, is
> working great.
I have been looking into some Firewall/VPN boxes. Different brands
such as Sisco, Snapgear, D-Link, CheckPoint, Watch Guard... (I Want
the ones that are DMZ capable. They actually have an extra Port called
It seems like most of them are able to perfome the same job. Like i
was Compairing one of the D-Link ones with a Sisco and i realized that
the D-link regurdless of having as much features or even more seems to
be much less expensive!
Could someone plz tell me Whats the main thing that distinguishes a
good Firewall/VPN box from a standard one? or its just a brand name
like BMW and Merc?...VNC via VPN or no VPN?
When you use VNC from home to office, how important is it to go through a
VPN tunnel? I have used PC Anywhere with simple port forwarding, which
seemed to be standard practice a few years ago, but I thought maybe more
security is advisable today.
Reply in group, but if emailing add
2 more zeros and remove the obvious.
From what you have revealed about your setup, your pcAnywhere machine
is setting there waiting for anyone to connect (or attempt to). That is
very bad. With a firewall in place in front of the pcAnywhere PC then
you can at least restrict the IP addresses that will b...Secure Pix 506 Firewall/Cisco 2610 Router VPN?
I am beginning my journey on learning how to administer our Pix
Firewall and Router. I have the task of setting up our companys first
VPN. Can someone please, off me an idea of how or what I need to do
to setup a VPN using this firewall and router. I have cisco VPN
client software for the mobile users.
I am running windows 2003 server with about 25 mobile users that use
ATT Aircards to connect to the Internet. Thank you for all your help
to start see
http://cco.cisco.com/en/US/customer/tech/tk583/tk372/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080093f6a.shtml...VPN and firewall
I am tring to setup my firewall to allow VPN connections. It is the WinXP
Pro VPN server. Can anyone tell me what port number it is looking for VPN
connections on; so I can tell my firewall that is okay to let them in?
> I am tring to setup my firewall to allow VPN connections. It is the WinXP
> Pro VPN server. Can anyone tell me what port number it is looking for VPN
> connections on; so I can tell my firewall that is okay to let them in?
How 'bout using tcpdump and/or Ethereal and find it out for yourself. ;)
...VPN-Gateway to VPN-Gateway
I need to set up a VPN gateway-to-gateway i.e. I need to see the
network at each end, rather than a specific computer.
At one end I have a Linksys WAG54G and at the other end I have a
Netgear DG834 ADSL modem/router with VPN passthrough open to a Netgear
I would really appreciate some simple instructions on how to set this
On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 01:55:25 -0800, Mark wrote:
> I'm stuck!
> I need to set up a VPN gateway-to-gateway i.e. I need to see the
> network at each end, rather than a specific computer.
&...firewalls and VPN
I have two servers :
A: running SBS2003 (active directory + dns + dhcp). 1 NIC. Static IP :
B: running Server 2003 Standard (file server + IIS). 1 NIC. Static IP :
and a 3com router/ADSL modem which connects us to internet. (Static LAN
IP : 192.168.1.1 and Dynamic WAN IP).
TrendMicro Officescan is installed on both and Enterprise Client Firewall is
With this setting, I can only VPN to A and dont have any access to B. But if
I disable the firewall on both, everything is fine. Does any one know if any
special policy should be enforced to make officescan firewall vpn friendly?
...Vpn and Firewall
I don't know if is the appropriate nw for this post bue i haven't find any
How is the best solution for do a vpn trought ClientVPN and
OpenBSD/vpnGateway?, i haven't no access to Fw/nat, i have tried isakmpd so
ipsec and pgpnet but fw/nat block the udp packet in port 500 sent bye to
vpnGateway and so vpn non work.
Tnx in advanced
Ps: all solution for make a tunnel is accept very well :) i very need this
...VPN vs. VPN Tunnel
Newbie technology question: Is there a difference between just having
a VPN, vs having a VPN tunnel? Or on the other hand, is the case that,
in fact, when you create a VPN, there is inherently a VPN tunnel
between the nodes of the VPN network?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>Newbie technology question: Is there a difference between just having
>a VPN, vs having a VPN tunnel? Or on the other hand, is the case that,
>in fact, when you create a VPN, there is inherently a VPN tunnel
>between the nodes of the VPN network?
VPNs don't have to be tunnels. For example, even an 802.1Q VLAN
all the way through between the two endpoints is effectively a VPN.
> Is there a difference between just having
> a VPN, vs having a VPN tunnel?
A VPN you can have by just translating network addresses. It even can be
encrypted by encrypting payload only.
Of course, I don't think that other technics than fully encrypting
tunneled packets are of any worth by means of security.
Viel schlimmer als die Implementation von PHP ist jedoch das Design.
Rudolf Polzer in de.comp.security.misc
Walter Roberson wrote:
> VPNs don't have to be tunnels. For example, even an 802.1Q VLAN
> all the way through between the two endpoints is effectively a VPN.
Okay, thank you for the reply. Then, c...VPN
i use GetIpAddrTable, to get the ip adress of my comp, and i want to
know if there is a way to check if one of theese adresses belong to a
is there a way to make the fucking vpn reconnect automatically?
i'm stuck with an idiotic ISP for a while and am dependent on VPN :-[
the router is cheap enough to know nothing about vpn (stock firmaware
In article <email@example.com>,
"I hate front wheel drive, most torque must go to the rear"
> is there a way to make the fucking vpn reconnect automatically?
> i'm stuck with an idiotic ISP for a while and am dependent on VPN :-[
> the router is cheap enough to know nothing about v...vpn
I dont understand the concept of vpn to well. Do you have to have a
dedicated server for VPN. I have windows XP pro and windows 98 2nd.
I will be starting to work on it in August.
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 11:08:07 -0700, Ray Flores wrote:
> I dont understand the concept of vpn to well. Do you have to have a
> dedicated server for VPN.
yes; hence a 'vpn server'... whether it be IPsec or PPtP. Best is IPsec.
> I have windows XP pro and windows 98 2nd. I
> will be starting to work on it in August.
Both include a pptp client natively to connect to a pptp server.
for IPsec, you'll need a 3rd party app, or you can use Miscrosofts
version of l2tp/ipsec (layer 2).
You'll be much happier if you have linux boxes or other type of *nix and
use freeS/WAN. Open standards, connects to cisco routers, etc.
is it possible to do, so that I can use a VPN client that comes with Windows
2000/XP and just dial to a FreeBSD and use my FreeBSD as a gateway to surf
internet and stuff? so that when I access someone's website they see my
FreeBSD IP address instead of my p
On 2004-10-18, alexus <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> is it possible to do, so that I can use a VPN client that comes with Windows
> 2000/XP and just dial to a FreeBSD and use my FreeBSD as a gateway to surf
> internet and stuff?
You _can_ setup FreeBSD so that it acts as a VPN gateway, yes.
> so that when I access someone's website they see my
> FreeBSD IP address instead of my p
That is not something ``VPN'' does. You can do that with NAT or
with a proxy. FreeBSD supports NAT routing, for a proxy you'll have to
install proxy software such as squid or socks (eg as a package).
You _can_ combine all of NAT, proxying, VPN gatewaying, and dialin
services on FreeBSD. I doubt that is what you really want, though.
 Network Address Translation. The linux crowd calls it ``masquerading''
and micros~1 calls it ``internet connection sharing''.
j p d (at) d s b (dot) t u d e l f t (dot) n l .
alexus <email@example.com> wrote:
> is it possible to do, so that I can use a VPN client that comes with Windows
> 2000/XP and just dial to a FreeBSD and use my FreeBSD as a gateway to surf
What is the opposite concept of VPN?
Thanks for your advice.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Michelot <email@example.com> wrote:
>What is the opposite concept of VPN?
People mean different things by "VPN".
The acronym is of "Virtual Private Network", so the opposite of
VPN would be something that is furthest removed from being
Virtual or Private or a Network.
For example, "skywriting" in plain text with no hidden meaning is not
Virtual (the clouds are physical), not Private (anyone can see
the message and read its meaning for themselves), and not a Network.
For your purposes, the opposite of VPN is sending unencrypted packets
over the public internet.
Thanks for your interresting reply.
> The acronym is of "Virtual Private Network", so the opposite of
> VPN would be something that is furthest removed from being
> Virtual or Private or a Network.
Difficult to escape to network if we stay in telecom networks. A VPN
can exist in LAN networks (using only the equipments of the client) or,
more usually, in WAN networks (using the equipments of a provider). A
VPN has the appearance of a private network that is dedicated
specifically to the users who are subscribed to that service, to create
connections between them, through the provider.
Perhaps the contrary can be look for things that a...VPN
I am trying to set up a VPN with my sister in NZ. I am in Australia. We both run XP pro. She has no firewall software that she knows of and XP's firewall is switched off but I still can't get access. She Emailed her local security settings to me and your program (kerberos) is mentioned a lot. Could that be what's stopping me getting in?
Kerberos mailing list Kerberos@mit.edu
Can anyone help me, how install VPN Server on RedHat without changing the
Thomas B wrote:
> What are the software to do the following VPN protocol?
I use GRE with ifconfig in linux, as a kernel module (gre.o), it works
great, has encription and doesn't need fancy apps or deamons started.
> Can anyone help me, how install VPN Server on RedHat without changing the
It can't be done, usually. It's quite easy to build the MPPE module
required for the Popt...