How can I make the eth1 up and always available for remote access, where eth0 will be used for host to host IPSec VPN?
I am running Amazon EC2 instance with Red hat enterprise linux, where I have two network interface. Now: eth0 is currently active having public ip where I am remotely logged in via SSH, to ...
I have downloaded the setup for Cisco AnyConnect client from our client's secure web URI. This setup script was for 32 bit machine while mine is a 64 bit one. However, I managed to install the client ...
I have a home network under the router, and there is my proxy server with ports forwarded through the router. Some clients connects to the Internet via my proxy, but there is a little problem - ...
How exactly can I install/use sshuttle under Fedora? It's not in the repositories
I'm looking to install and setup a VPN on my Linux installation which is Fedora 14. At the moment the only one I know of is OpenVPN but I'm wondering if this the best option for Fedora or if Fedora ...