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[ale] Cisco VPN on AMD64, Anyone?



On 8/12/05, Jim Popovitch <jimpop at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I just realized that vpnc ships with /usr/share/vpnc/pcf2vpnc which will
> convert your CiscoVPN .pcf file (usually sent to you from your MIS/IT
> dept) to a vpnc.conf file.
> 
> -Jim P.
> 
> On Tue, 2005-08-09 at 13:50 -0400, Jim Popovitch wrote:
> > On Tue, 2005-08-09 at 11:44 -0600, Michael Hirsch wrote:
> > > On 8/9/05, Denny Chambers <dchambers at bugfixer.net> wrote:
> > > > If you can get away from Cisco's VPN, I would do so. I have been using
> > >
> > > Unfortunately, that isn't an option for me.  If I want to work from
> > > home then I have to use the corporate VPN.
> >
> > I use vpnc from my home to access our corp Cisco VPN (where as all my
> > peers use CiscoVPN.  All you need is to install vpnc, visit
> > http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/vpnc/ and select "cisco vpnclient
> > password decoder" and enter the value for enc_GroupPwd from the *.pcf
> > CiscoVPN config file issued to you by your company.   Next
> > create /etc/vpnc.conf as this:
> >
> >    Interface name tun0
> >    IPSec gateway yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy  <- "Host" in *.pcf
> >    IPSec ID xyz            <- "GroupName" in *.pcf
> >    IPSec secret ********   <- decoded plaintext *.pcf enc_GroupPwd
> >    Xauth username abc      <- your CiscoVPN username (i.e.LDAP name)
> >    Xauth password *****    <- your CiscoVPN password (i.e.LDAP password)
> >    DNSUpdate no            <- set to yes to auto update /etc/resolv.conf
> >    Target networks 10.10.1.0/24  <- add networks to route to VPN (tun0)
> >
> > Let me know if you need more info.

Excellent.  I hope to get the time to try it this weekend.

Thanks,

Michael