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Re: Restart of ISAKMPd Introduces Erroneous Routes
On Wednesday 18 February 2004 06:55 pm, Jim Henderson wrote:
> I am trying to connect a "roaming" Win2K VPN client to OpenBSD 3.4
> using isakmp for negotiations. The Win2K side uses the windows
> IPSEC.EXE vpn tool which can be found here: http://vpn.ebootis.de/,
> and IPSECPOL.EXE which microsoft provides. Trust me- it is not my
> decision to use Win2K. Anywhere. Ever.
Not very helpful, but I find it funny; A quote from the book Building
Linux Virtual Private Networks. Chapter on PPTP the authors write "We
recognize that there are times when you must support PPTP. <snip> In
either of these cases, we offer our deepest sympathies.
It seems a good reference to window networking in general.
"They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve
neither liberty nor safety."