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Re: fedora-list Digest, Vol 60, Issue 189

I use OpenSwan and xl2tp for this. Then you can make a new network connection in Windows at home, to your F10 box, and have access to the network behind it. http://www.openswan.org/. They also have a nice mailing list similar to this Fedora list, which is very helpful.

Dan Koehler

At 11:42 PM 2/23/2009, you wrote:

Message: 14
Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2009 22:16:59 -0700
From: "Ashley M. Kirchner" <ashley pcraft com>
Subject: RE: [Fedora] Re: VPN
To: "'Community assistance, encouragement,      and advice for using
        Fedora.'" <fedora-list redhat com>
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> actually, if it's Windows server, then all you really need to do is to
> use Remote Desktop Protocol on your Windows system and port forward 3389
> to the server (or better yet, pick another 'high' numbered port and
> forward that to 3389 on your server using iptables on your F10 firewall.

One server is an NT2000, another is Server 2003.  Our remote employees need
to be able to get to their files on those servers.

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