[CentOS] VPN

Sat Apr 10 11:34:47 UTC 2010
cahit Eyigünlü <cahit.eyigunlu at gmail.com>

yes exactly that is what i need to do murrayei
could you describe a little more

2010/4/10 Ian Murray <murrayie at yahoo.co.uk>

> >i am looking to open vpn remote page now do you know where could i set
> client's sites that allow to connect or not ?
> I can't remember if there are other controls, but AFAIK the primary method
> of saying who is allowed is via certificates that you create when setting it
> up.
> It is still unclear to me what you are trying to achieve.
> Is it that you have three sites...
> A <-> B <-> C
> where <-> represents the VPN link? Is it that A needs to talk to B, B to C,
> but you don't want A to talk to C? If that is the case, I think it needs to
> be solved with a combination of VPN's as described and Iptables to stop the
> A to C conversation..
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