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RE: [nslu2-linux] Hamachi VPN on NSLU2 ?

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  • Cédric Micheloud
    Hello everybody, Is it possible to transform the nslu2 into a vpn gateway to connect an entreprise network with a Zywall vpn gateway (ipsec, ike) Thanks for
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 7, 2007
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      Hello everybody,
       
      Is it possible to transform the nslu2 into a vpn gateway to connect an entreprise network with a Zywall vpn gateway (ipsec, ike)
       
      Thanks for your futur help!!
       
      Cedric M.
    • Yann E. MORIN
      Gabriel, All, ... Didn t try, but... ... I m using vtun ( http://vtun.sourceforge.net/ ) as a tap provider, tunnelled in an ssh tunnel. Works great for my
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 7, 2007
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        Gabriel,
        All,

        On Tuesday 07 August 2007 14:01, Gabriel Schønau Hansen wrote:
        > Just wondering if theres a possibility for running the hamachi VPN client on
        > the slug? ( http://www.hamachi.com <http://www.hamachi.com/> )

        Didn't try, but...

        > I’ve tried some of the VPN solutions but, tbh, the learning curve is quite
        > too steep for a meddler like me! :-)

        I'm using vtun ( http://vtun.sourceforge.net/ ) as a tap provider, tunnelled
        in an ssh tunnel. Works great for my usage. This is not a real VPN, but serves
        almost as if it was.

        You can also use knock ( http://www.zeroflux.org/cgi-bin/cvstrac.cgi/knock/wiki
        which is down right now... ) to only allow connections after a special
        port-knocking pattern has been matched: thus, you only open the /VPN/ to hosts
        knowing the pattern. The only downside of knock is that it listens to the
        link-layer and might be a bit resource-consuming for the NSLU2.

        Regards,
        Yann E. MORIN.

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      • Sam
        You ll possible need to run it via Qemu or similar for the i386 Emulation.... ... client on ...
        Message 3 of 4 , Aug 8, 2007
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          You'll possible need to run it via Qemu or similar for the i386
          Emulation....

          --- In nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com, Gabriel Schønau Hansen
          <gabriel@...> wrote:
          >
          > Hi all,
          >
          >
          >
          > Just wondering if theres a possibility for running the hamachi VPN
          client on
          > the slug? ( http://www.hamachi.com <http://www.hamachi.com/> )
          >
          > On their website they say it will run on linux
          >
          (https://na1.salesforce.com/_ui/selfservice/pkb/PublicKnowledgeSoluti
          on/d?or
          > gId=00D300000006VGf
          >
          <https://na1.salesforce.com/_ui/selfservice/pkb/PublicKnowledgeSoluti
          on/d?or
          > gId=00D300000006VGf&lang=1&id=50130000000GUh6&retURL=%2Fsol%
          2Fpublic%2Fsolut
          > ionbrowser.jsp%3Fcid%3D02n30000000DBdF%26search%3Dlinux%26orgId%
          3D00D3000000
          > 06VGf%26lang%3D1&ps=1>
          > &lang=1&id=50130000000GUh6&retURL=%2Fsol%2Fpublic%
          2Fsolutionbrowser.jsp%3Fci
          > d%3D02n30000000DBdF%26search%3Dlinux%26orgId%3D00D300000006VGf%
          26lang%3D1&ps
          > =1) but has anyone had any experience or even succeeded in doing
          it on the
          > SLUG?
          >
          >
          >
          > I've tried some of the VPN solutions but, tbh, the learning curve
          is quite
          > too steep for a meddler like me! :-)
          >
          >
          >
          > TIA,
          >
          > Gabriel S. Hansen
          >
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