[MLB-WIRELESS] Wireless Network security
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Mon Jan 26 15:24:54 EST 2004
Yes, we use cisco vpn software to work to do this. Earlier versions never seemed to logon correctly to the domain unless we hard coded some domain controllers in the lmhosts, but the new version sits there are forces you to wait until windows has finished starting some network services. Oh yeah, it allows you to connect to the vpn after ctrl-alt-del but before you log on to windows.
On Sun, Jan 25, 2004 at 04:36:12PM +1100, andrewg at d2.net.au wrote:
> It should just be a matter of getting your routing setup fine.. (ie, so it
> knows to send packets for the "domain" vpn over the vpn link.)
> Some VPN software for Windows iirc will block all non-vpn related traffic,
> so you might run into some problems there.. (trying to prevent the laptop
> being used as a stepping stone to attack the "domain".)
> > Hi All,
> > Question for someone more knowledgable than I about VPN for wireless.
> > Is it possible to use a VPN from a laptop to connect to a domain ?? ie
> > log into the VPN then connect to the domain with all traffic going over
> > the wireless connection being encrypted ??
> > Thanks.
> > Matt.
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