[PLUG] TONIGHT: September PLUG Meeting: Virtual Private Networks
dexter at ambidexter.com
Thu Sep 5 12:23:46 PDT 2013
Portland Linux/Unix Group Meeting Announcement
Who: Ted Mittlestaedt
What: Virtual Private Networks
Where: PSU, 1930 SW 4th Ave. Room FAB 86-01 (Lower Level)
When: Thursday, September 5th, 2013 at 7pm
Why: The pursuit of technology freedom
See location H-10 on the PSU map at http://pdxLinux.org/campus_map.jpg
Virtual Private Networks
Our illustrious IPv6 authority will give a talk on popular Virtual
Private Network options, including:
1) standard IPSec clients - require static IP at each endpoint, and are
supported out of the box by Windows, Cisco IOS, Mac, and Unix using
raccoon and similar programs.
2) Modified IPSec VPN clients - example is the Cisco IPSec VPN client.
This is a proprietary modification used to allow one end to have a
dynamic IP number.
3) SSL VPN clients. Cisco has one they call AnyConnect that is
proprietary. OpenVPN is another example.
4) PPTP. This was supposed to have died years ago but since Microsoft
ships the PPTP client with Windows it is still very useful is situations
where the network admin is forced to provide VPN services to clients
that she has no control over.
5) L2TP. This is what PPTP morphed into, Microsoft supports it natively,
so it has the same benefits (to the network admin) as PPTP plus the
Microsoft implementation allows for encryption using IPSec with
Ted is the Co-Owner of Portlandia IT and author of the FreeBSD Corporate
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