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Topic: OpenVPN included in future release?  (Read 3746 times)
« on: March 19, 2007, 19:22:15 »
fordprefect *
Posts: 10


in the wishlist on m0n0wall's homepage there is stated: "certificate management for IPsec, webGUI, OpenVPN and captive portal".
Does that mean that there are again plans to include OpenVPN in future releases (a feature I'd like to see)?

« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2007, 00:28:57 »
docwalker *
Posts: 1

I would definitely like to see OpenVPN implemented within m0n0wall as well. I currently use OpenVPN on a Mac OS X box behind m0n0wall with several remote laptops outside the firewall perimeter and would be willing to test out the m0n0wall implementation once released as beta.
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2007, 00:32:00 »
voidman *
Posts: 2

I can't live without OpenVPN  Wink!!!!
I don't understand why from version 1.2 the support for OpenVPN is out!!!
I think OpenVPN is the most friendly e robust VPN framework that i have never seen!!
Actualy i work with an m0n0wall modified release vin openVPN the work fine wiht my Linux VPN  concentrator vin OpenVPN 2.0.9!!
I pray you reinsert OpenVPN support in the new releases !!!! Cry
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