This is a discussion on [VPN] Re: VPN server over windows XP - Network ; best solution, use anoter device which is tailored for what you want to do. Second best, use openvpn(.org), third best is to try to make windows accept connection, but the soft which is provided, imho is only a client. The ...
best solution, use anoter device which is tailored for what you want to
do. Second best, use openvpn(.org), third best is to try to make windows
accept connection, but the soft which is provided, imho is only a
client. The last solution which i know used to work somehow is to use
pptp with the security implications that have been widely covered
(google for more).
Hope this help,
On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 08:38:37PM +0000, Alaa Dalghan wrote:
> hello everyone,
> I am trying to setup a windows xp machine as a vpn server that accepts
> multiple ipsec tunnels from other windows xp machines.
> My restrictions are the following:
> 1- I need to set the vpn server on windows XP (not windows 2000 server, nor
> 2003, nor ISA server, etc.)
> 2- I need to use tunnel mode ipsec
> 3- The vpn server should accept MULTIPLE vpn tunnels.
> The first problem I faced is that windows xp does not support ipsec tunnel
> mode between 2 xp machines. It only supports transport mode which is not
> what I want.
> To overcome this lack of IP tunneling I tried to use the built-in tunneling
> capabilities such as PPTP and L2TP/ipsec, and it worked. But the problem
> here is that a windows xp can not accept more than ONE SINGLE incoming
> connection at a time, and I need multiple connections.
> I think the solution could be one of the following:
> 1-Installing a third party FREE vpn server (or L2TP server) on windows XP.
> If you know one please tell me.
> 2-Importing some features from windows 2000 server or 2003 server (some
> executables or services or plugins that enable xp to run as a vpn server and
> accept multiple connections). If you know what to import please tell me.
> 3- Installing a pure IP tunneling solution on windows xp so that it can be
> combined with ipsec encryption to yield tunnel mode encryption.
> I appreciate any help,
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