SSH tunnel?

SSH tunnel?

Post by Kevi » Sun, 29 Sep 2002 02:38:22

I'd like to VPN tunnel all my IP traffic between my machine at
home and any machine at work.  I've got OpenSSH X11 forwarding
working between the two locations in both directions, and I run
most applications via X.  But, I'd like to insure that *ALL* my
traffic goes through a VPN tunnel.  I'm not married to SSH, but
it's what I know.  I'd like for the VPN tunnel set-up to be as
easy as possible, while still providing at least the same
security as a well set up SSH connection.

Suggestions please wise c.o.l.s folks?  Thanks!

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