Chris Smart wrote: > 2010/1/15 j.halifax . <[email protected]>: > >>> However under Fedora, I can't fund the pptpd package. >>> >> Yes. yum says me "No package pptpd available." :( >> Thank you. >> > > You can download the source yourself and build it: > http://poptop.sourceforge.net/ > > It has a sample pptpd.conf which you can edit. > > > I really don't understand the conundrum. The standard vpn server on a Windows box uses pptp. So, when I want my linux box to access a windows system I use a pptp client on my linux box to create a vpn tunnel to the windows system that is running a pptp server. When I want a windows system to access/create a vpn tunnel I have my linux box running the openvpn server and the windows box using an openvpn client. So, the question is simply "what side do you want to be the server, and what side the client". -- All that glitters has a high refractive index.
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