Win2k has some kind of IPSec support built-in.
I believe the OBSD IPSec documentation on the web makes mention of this
(PGP & Win2k). Actually, I know for sure it does in the section describing
> > Could someone tell me where i could get a compatible VPN client to work with
> > OpenBSD Isakmpd? I just setup for a client of the company i work for a
> > openbsd firewall/vpn server, but they need access inside to the servers
> > remotely this is where vpn comes into play. So i need some windows clients
> > that will connect to a OpenBSD Vpn running ipsec. ANY help would be greatly
> > apperciated since i've searched the next for a while cant seem to find much.
> > Thanks so much,
> > David
> The PGP software package from Network Associates includes
> IPSec software. It's free for "non-commercial" use.
> Win2k has some kind of IPSec support built-in.
> I believe the OBSD IPSec documentation on the web makes mention of this
> (PGP & Win2k). Actually, I know for sure it does in the section describing
The following links may help you.
VPN How to
which contains specific documentation on setting up an OpenBSD Server
with 3 seperate clients to choose from. Currently, I am using a
OpenBSD 2.9 with the clients using freeware pgp. Remember that OpenBSD
2.8 has problems with it's IPSec, so remember to upgrade your package
or choose to upgrade to 2.9.
www.allard.nu has a webpage describing "howto"
> PGPnet has been seen working ( with pre-shared secret as authentification)
> www.allard.nu has a webpage describing "howto"
> > David
> Peter H?kanson
> IPSec Sverige (At the Riverside of Gothenburg, home of
> Sorry about my e-mail address, but i'm trying to keep spam out.
> Remove "icke-reklam"and "invalid" and it works.
>> The PGP software package from Network Associates includes
>> IPSec software. It's free for "non-commercial" use.
> Hmmmm, but isn't it restricted to client->host connections and
> impossible to use with client->network connections?