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To: "Karen" <karen,AT,netsoft,DOT,am>
Subject: Re: CIPE-Win32 question
From: Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 22:38:12 -0300
Cc: cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de
In-reply-to: <000b01c3783b$173b6d40$0101a8c0@rencom.club>
References: <000b01c3783b$173b6d40$0101a8c0@rencom.club>

CIPE and IPSec have nothing to do with each other. Completely different 
technologies. However, I personally have had a CIPE tunnel and an IPsec 
(NAI's desktop product) running on the same box at the same time with no 
apparent ill effects.

Many vendors have started using VPN and IPsec interchangeably (notably even 
the STSN service in hotel that I am in right now). This could not be further 
from the truth. There are many proprietary and quite a few open VPN 
implementations out there, almost none of which work with each other.

There are also many products that share the same VPN technology (like NAI and 
Cisco both have IPsec products for Windows).


On Thursday 11 September 2003 05:02 am, you wrote:
> Hello
> I have installed CIPE-Win32 and want to configure a IPSec Tunnel instead of
> my VPN connection. Can you shortly describe what values I need and what to
> set the newly installed network adapter's IP then what to set in CIPE
> Settings in Control panel.
> I'll be very thankful if you help me
> Thanks in advance
> Karen

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