On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, Bort, Paul wrote:
> You'll want to search through the archived CIPE mailing list archives. There
> are some interestin issues with SMB broadcasts and VPNs. I think it boils
> down to making sure there is a WINS server at each end, and that they relay
> broadcasts to each other. Straight SMB (i.e. \\192.168.10.1\C$) works
> without a hitch.
> I don't know about the 2.4.5 kernel, haven't needed to go past 2.2.19 here.
> Good Luck,
I think a wins server at each location complicates things,
especially since a wins server doesn't have to be on the same
network as another system your accessing or that you are on. I've got a
single WINS server at a point everyone can talk to and it works great for
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Dragos Delcea [mailto:dragos.delcea,AT,farmexim,DOT,ro
> > Sent: Monday, June 11, 2001 2:17 AM
> > To: cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de
> > Subject: general info needed for 2.4.x
> > hello cipe users,
> > I'm investigating the posibility of using cipe
> > to create a vpn for our network (and route smb
> > traffic through it).
> > Both of the connection ends would be linux with
> > 2.4.5 or higher kernel
> > questions:
> > is cipe working with kernel 2.4.5 or higher?
> > what version of cipe is needed for that (if
> > it works at all)?
> > where do I find some (good) documentation
> > about it?
> > Regards
> > Dragos
> > Bucharest, Romania
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