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Od: "Stan Sidlov" <os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com> Glava
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Zadeva: Re: [OS2Wireless] Re: Is there such a device?
Datum: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 18:04:51 -0400
Za: "OS/2 Wireless Users Mailing List" <os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com>

How's the OS/2 client with connecting to MS PPTP type servers? DD-WRT is linux, and the newest versions use OpenVPN. See: http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/VPN_(the_easy_way)_v24%2B but all versions also support PPTP http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/PPTP_Server_Configuration  As I read these, it sounds like the OpenVPN requires a OpenVPN client. 

On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 4:40 PM, Ed Durrant <os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com> wrote:
Yes I wanted to use the Router as the VPN endpoint to my complete LAN.

I know that VPN pass-through functions can be enabled or disabled, even in the Linksys firmware.

Why do I want an OS/2 client? Because I run eCS on my netbook which I take with me when travelling and I'd like to connect back into the home network.

I could use Lan Distance I suppose, but that again would mean that I'd need to have the software on one of the systems rather than in the router, which is a simpler and cleaner solution.



Stan Sidlov wrote:
The router should pass all VPN requests to the outside system. The router has nothing to do with it, unless you intend to connect your home network (in its entirety) to the other network, then the router makes the VPN connection and dd-wrt has configuration pages for that function. Once the router connects with the other network, why would you be running an OS2 client?  AFAIK, dd-wrt passes through all client VPN connections.  
On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 5:02 PM, Ed Durrant <os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com <mailto:os2-wireless_users@2rosenthals.com>> wrote:

   While the WRT54G as a basic network device works fine with OS/2 (I
   have been using one as my main router here for many years), my
   question was related to an OS/2 VPN client - from what Lewis says
    the VPN support in the WRT54G (even flashed with the DD-WRT
   firmware) does not have an OS/2 compatible client that is able to
   access the system from another location via the Internet.


   Stan Sidlov wrote:

       the DD-WRT firmware on a Linksys (or other compatible router)
       is extremely compatible with OS/2....never ever had an issue,
       and I've run this type of hardware firmware for many years now
       - long enough to 'burn out' the router since I overdrive the
       transmitter by 200%. I run an average of 500-700GBytes per
       month through mine.
       OS/2 did not report the PC's name in the way the router
       expected (which only led to a blank name in the client table
       the router served addresses and DNS perfectly). I believe it
       took an optional statement in the tcpip.config file to have
       the 'name' show up in the client table on the router.  The
       router and firmware is totally compatible with DOCSIS and all
       PPoE variants, PPTP, L2TP etc.  DD-WRT works with all dynamic
       client services, too. Preconfigured for Dyndns, freedns,
       zoneEdit, no-ip, 3322.org <http://3322.org> <http://3322.org>,

       easyDNS, TZO, DynSIP and you can configure a custom ddns
       service too. Overclocked it will handle a 27mb wan connection
       with the SPI firewall turned on, and about 30mb with the spi
       turned off and safely fanless overclock to 250mHz.

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