Subject: PPTP, anything else than poptop ?
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From: Joel CARNAT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/30/2005 14:39:43
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I'm looking at setting VPN, from Windows (XP/2K) clients to NetBSD gateway.
Linux seems to do this via PoPToP/MPPE.
FreeBSD seems to do this with PoPToP/MPPE.
OpenBSD seems to do this with isakmp.
m0n0wall seems to do this via netgraph/mpd.
What I tried with NetBSD was net/poptop + net/mppe-lkm.
The main issue I got was a poor network rate (<200Ko/s on a 100MBits
link) during FTM/SMB transfer. With the help of cube@, I tried various
things (like setting HZ, check my pptpd params, ...) but I still have
the same problem. What really s*cks is that I can do the thing correctly
with Linux or m0n0wall (but all my prod boxes are NetBSD and I would
like it to remain as it ;)
I would like to here people confirm this is a task NetBSD does (no
should ;), and does well. Which version of NetBSD ? Which softs are used ?
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