VPN please
  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    bash64
    Posts: 898 from 2010/10/28
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    Any chance of VPN for MOS?
    RDesktop is kinda useless without it.
    I work from home sometimes and must have VPN and RDesktop to operate.
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    Motosampy
    Posts: 199 from 2004/8/14
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    I'd also need an OpenVPN client to be able to work from home using MorphOS, now I have to switch to Debian...
  • »07.11.10 - 16:01
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    Divinity
    Posts: 462 from 2009/9/8
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    bash64 wrote:
    Any chance of VPN for MOS?
    RDesktop is kinda useless without it.
    I work from home sometimes and must have VPN and RDesktop to operate.




    this way:
    1) use in your home a line Internet with IP public STATIC.
    2) use in your LAN work an appliance firewall and set the WAN to LAN access only at your IP public STATIC of your home (and other IP public STATIC if needed)
    3) use an RDP client in MorphOS to connect ( http://www.hd-zone.com )

    In this way you don't need any VPN client in MorphOS host and also you have a better "speed", and security, ;-)



    [ Edited by Divinity on 2010/11/7 17:59 ]
  • »07.11.10 - 16:57
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    jacadcaps
    Posts: 1527 from 2003/3/5
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    Try to motivate someone with a bounty perhaps?
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    magnetic
    Posts: 2129 from 2003/3/1
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    There you go guy! You heard it from the horses mouth! Start a bounty up!
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  • »08.11.10 - 04:24
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    Henes
    Posts: 495 from 2003/6/14
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    Any chance of VPN for MOS?


    Yes, use ssh -L
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    bash64
    Posts: 898 from 2010/10/28
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    I am more than familiar with SSH.
    My understanding is work would have to setup an SSH connection, not VPN.
    Can I connect to a VPN using SSH?
    Not heard of that.
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    bash64
    Posts: 898 from 2010/10/28
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    A VPN capable router would do the trick.
    Just setup the VPN inside the router.
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  • »08.11.10 - 09:33
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    Henes
    Posts: 495 from 2003/6/14
    "VPN" in itself is not precise enough.
    Since they are all different and use different custom protocols, you should really tell which VPN you are talking about... And maybe also describe the network topology you must "workaround".

    And, again, for something as simple as RDP, ssh -L is more than enough. As long as you can forward some port through the company's front machine, of course.
  • »08.11.10 - 09:54
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    thefab
    Posts: 87 from 2003/8/19
    From: dtc
    Hi,

    i dig up this little topic to say i would be interested in a bounty too, for an openvpn client.

    Actually i use windows clients in VPN SSL mode to access distant ressources like smb network shares, printers, local webservers etc.

    i saw an old topic on pegasosforum (http://www.pegasosforum.de/viewtopic.php?t=4514)
    refering to a 2.2 port, but it is all in german and from 2011 so...

    first, is a port doable regarding our tcpip stack ?

    [ Edited by thefab 29.07.2015 - 10:41 ]
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    polluks
    Posts: 335 from 2007/10/23
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    Please take a look http://www.amigafuture.de/viewtopic.php?p=55930
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  • »29.07.15 - 10:52
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    thefab
    Posts: 87 from 2003/8/19
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    ok, i suppose it close the case then.

    Seeing how long the mos team struggled to release its own network stack, i suppose support of TUN and TAP won't be available anytime soon.

    Thx anyway

    [ Edited by thefab 29.07.2015 - 13:04 ]
  • »29.07.15 - 12:04
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    Nadir
    Posts: 115 from 2003/3/17
    Quote:

    thefab wrote:
    ok, i suppose it close the case then.

    Seeing how long the mos team struggled to release its own network stack, i suppose support of TUN and TAP won't be available anytime soon.

    Thx anyway


    I haven't looked looked closely into this but with the stack update I did in MorphOS a year or two ago, I don't think it would be a huge deal to enable those additional protocols. I'm also quite advanced on a port of a much newer BSD core stack which would be by far the most modern one
    (by decades) on any Amiga-related OS. That would be a further extension of our lead btw :)

    The question is one of priorities and not about us struggling with networking.

    Best,

    Nicholai
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    takemehomegrandma
    Posts: 2465 from 2003/2/24
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    Nadir wrote:
    I'm also quite advanced on a port of a much newer BSD core stack which would be by far the most modern one (by decades) on any Amiga-related OS. That would be a further extension of our lead btw :)


    That sounds really interesting! :-)

    And to offer some feedback to some questions raised above in this thread, I'd personally prefer OpenVPN...

    :-)
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    connor
    Posts: 481 from 2007/7/29
    This spam mail should be removed but progress on the network and VPN possibilities in MorphOS would be nice.
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