RE: Hub and spoke|
Scott Jensen <sjensen,AT,silverbacktech,DOT,com>|
Wed, 24 Oct 2001 16:39:40 +0200|
Is there any way to set the Hub up to always listen on a single port 9999
for example. And have all of the clients connect to that port to
authenticate themselves via the key? I guess I am really looking to have
CIPE run in a server mode. Any comments are welcome, if you could send an
example options file that would help as well.
Thank you again,
Scott M. Jensen
From: Karl Kleinpaste [mailto:karl,AT,charcoal,DOT,com
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2001 2:53 PM
Subject: Re: Hub and spoke
Scott Jensen <sjensen,AT,silverbacktech,DOT,com> writes:
> I am trying to use CIPE on multiple win32 devices that all connect
> over the internet to a single Linux device and the network behind it. Can
> anyone give me a hand in configuring the host (Linux) server to accept
> multiple CIPE sessions?
On the hub, run multiple ciped-cb's, each having a config file with an
"ipaddr" entry of 0.0.0.0 and having its own UDP port number.
ciped-cb will allow the appropriate remote CIPE that connects on the
proper port with the correct key to occupy that link slot.
> One last difficulty, the devices may or may not be behind NAT'ing
If the firewall passes the intended UDP ports in both directions, no sweat.
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