Eric M. Hopper wrote:
On Sun, 2003-06-08 at 11:59, Tomasz Ciolek wrote:
Of course, there is the problem of a limited number of blocks being able
to be encrypted with a key before you start leaking information. But
CIPE handles that problem pretty well already by changing keys
Have fun (if at all possible),
Oh, I do. Cipe was the only program (that I know of now) which creates
encrypted tunnel easily even over dynamic IP on (currently) 3 servers
with different linux kernels at different places. I could connect them
all that way to save quite some money. All other things I tried 'till
then made me gave up sooner or later. My first iptables fight was a lot
harder than making cipe work so nicely (for example).
Although the documentation isn't the best, you have the cipe-l archive
which answered all questions I had.