Is anyone using dial-up internet access to create a virtual private
network using SCO Openserver at the server end (other than telnet)? If
so, please tell me what software/hardware you are using.
Thanks in advance.
> Thanks in advance.
> Richard Seeder
I'm a subscriber to the cable modem service in Fremont, CA and I've got my
Linux set up to do IP masquerading so all my computers can be on the net.
A friend of mine (also in Fremont) is going to subscribe and set up his
Linux box the same way. Is there a way (using ssh or CIPE or whatever) to
set up a virtual private network that links our internal nets together via
encrypted traffic over the external net? We could use 2 different subnets
and route between if necessary, but it'd be much more fun 8) to act like it
was just one big happy contiguous network. Ideally we'd like NFS, RPC,
Oracle SQL*Net, etc to all work as if there was no internet or firewalls
between us. Any ideas?