Part One of this article discussed the advantages of FreeS/WAN, a Linux-based VPN package that allows even older Pentiums to be pressed into service as flexible VPN servers and offered an overview of how to build a test-bed network. In Part Two, Carla Schroder discusses basic installation and configuration.
In part 1 we discussed what FreeS/WAN does. Now we put it to work.
The basic steps are: -installation -configuration -testing Must have: -Internet access with a static IP -A correctly configured, working LAN.