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openvpn bridge using NetBSD 4.0(i86) and XP?
I'm looking to hook up a VOIP phone from a client's home to their work,
at home they have a PC running XP hooked up to a generic DSL router
doing NAT, and their work system has NetBSD 4.0 (i386) as their network
gateway (also NAT'ing) and the PBX is inside their network. The easiest
way to do this that I can see is to use OpenVPN as an ethernet bridge,
SIP's a terrible protocol to pass through firewalls etc, and I figure
the simplest way (if not necessarily the most efficient) will be to
bridge the network.
Before I go any further, has anyone here got anything similar actually
working? I've read this :
And this :
But they weren't terribly conclusive as to final success or not? I need
the setup to be "press a button" simple at the PC end to start and stop
the link which is why I figured OpenVPN would be a good choice.
Any clues or pointers to more NetBSD-specific doco much appreciated,
almost all the OpenVPN doco is loonucks-specific.
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