[CentOS] Choosing VPN Server
Robert Becker Cope
robert at gonkgonk.com
Thu Sep 20 10:39:21 UTC 2007
"Brian Mathis" <brian.mathis at gmail.com> wrote:
> I suggest OpenVPN. It's modern, very secure, and had a wide range of
> options and usage scenarios. PPTP / L2TP is a pain to get working,
> and it has some security issues.
I want to second this suggestion. Another strong advantage of OpenVPN is that
it is SSL based. This means it can listen on port TCP/443, which means your
odds of actually connecting to it at very good as compared to IPsec and other
solutions, which often find themselves getting filtered, not NATed well, etc.
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