[CentOS] VPN suggestions centos 6, 7

Tue Apr 5 17:16:28 UTC 2016
Nux! <nux at li.nux.ro>

Have a look at Openconnect Server (ocserv), it's a free implementation of Cisco AnyConnect.

It's the easiest VPN I ever had to setup and it's compatible with most Cisco AnyConnect clients and of course OpenConnect clients (such as NetworkManager-openconnect). 



Sent from the Delta quadrant using Borg technology!


----- Original Message -----
> From: "david" <david at daku.org>
> To: "CentOS mailing list" <centos at centos.org>
> Sent: Monday, 4 April, 2016 18:57:12
> Subject: [CentOS] VPN suggestions centos 6, 7

> Folks
> I would like to have my windows 7 laptop communicate with my home
> server via a VPN, in such a way that it appears to be "inside" my
> home network.  It should not only let me appear to be at home for any
> external query, but also let me access my computers inside my home.
> I already have this working using M$'s PPTP using my home Centos 6
> gateway/router as the PoPToP server.  However, I am concerned about
> the privacy/security of such a connection.
> I have seen discussions of OpenVPN, OpenSwan, LibreVPN, StrongSwan
> (and probably others I haven't noted).  I'd be interested in hearing
> from anyone who wishes to comment about which to use, with the
> following requirements:
> 1)  As noted, it should be secure (anti NSA?)
> 2)  Works on Centos 6 and Centos 7 and Windows 7 (and for the future,
> Windows 10)
> 3)  Can be set up on the server with command line interfaces only (no GUI)
> And, should not be a nightmare to set up.
> Any thoughts?
> David
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