On Sat, 31 Jan 2004 21:31:11 +1100, Netintegrity - Bob wrote:
> Version: IPCop 1.4.0a10 (downloaded from Sourceforge area as ISO)
> Machine : i586 GenuineIntel Memory : 32Mb Test Area : VPN
> (Roadwarrior) & VPN (Net to Net)
> I concur with Jurgen Johannsen, in that you cannot add two VPN
> connections. As you configure the second VPN, it appears to replace
> the existing one. It does not just appear to be a GUI issue, as I
> tried connecting using the missing VPN option.
> Otherwise I have run a few individual tests on the VPN area of
> 1.4.0a10. The findings and setups are as follows
> VPN Roadwarrior
> External System : Laptop using XP and SSH Sentinel. Dialup link
> with dynamic address Internal System : IPCOP with Static IP
> address, configured for Road Warrior VPN. Tested : Successful and
> stable over multiple reconnections.
> VPN Net to Net
> External System : Dlink 804 ADSL Router/Modem with with static
> address Internal System : IPCOP with Static IP address, configured
> for Net to Net VPN. Tested : Successful and stable over multiple
> The VPN's were easy to setup, the logs generally provided any VPN
> negotiation issues, and after setting up both VPN's the
> language/layout appears to be appropriate in terms of relating to
> other VPN documentation (e.g. the use of word roadwarrior etc).
> Bob Fryer
Can one of the team confirm that the ADD function was left to work with only=
one VPN (while in Alpha).
I had a quick skim of the code, to look at the issue, but unless I am=
reading the code incorrectly, it appears that the ADD function is not in=
If I am wrong, just tell me to pull my head in, and I'll dig a little=