[nSLUG] Checkpoint VPN Connection

Mark Wood markpwood at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 16:00:35 ADT 2007

I'm not sure if there is anything on my firewall blocking it; it's just a
DLink router so my next thought was to verify that it wasn't filtering
anything.  When you ran the Windows client, did you just run the client
using Wine and then use your regular Linux environment to connect to the
VPN'd network (CVS server, mail server, etc.) or did you do everything in an
emulated Windows environment using something like VMWare or Qemu?  I think
my Kernel should be OK; it's a fairly recent 2.6 and Openswan installed OK.
Any ideas are appreciated as I'm really winging it.


On 9/5/07, Rich <budman85 at eastlink.ca> wrote:
> Hi
> I was about to use openswan when they decided to block it.   I had to
> use a virtual win98 client and then use their supplied vpn software from
> AT&T.
> That worked for 2 years and was very solid. I was surprised, its the
> longest I ever seen Win98 running without blue (200+ hours one time).
> Anyway, if your using Linux router/firewall, you need IPSec enabled
> (which needs 2.6.9 or higher) and a few ports need to be opened (I think
> 59 and 1755).   I could find my kernel config (its somewhere around
> here) to get the exact modules you need compiled into the kernel.
> Regards
> Rich
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