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I've been reading everything I can on OpenVPN, and I'm thinking it might
be able to fullfill my needs for home-users VPN. However, I have a few
things, I would like to hear if it could do:
1) Can I get the openvpn connection registered as a "dial-up
connection", so my users can select "log on using dial-up connection" as
they can with a ipsec VPN connection? Thing is, I'd like to authenticate
them, before they get access to the company net, but I'd also like the
machine to not just log them in with cached credentials, and then they
can open the tunnel to get connected - as I'm not sure that will handle
forced password changes, and it won't run my login scripts either :(
2) I've found that you should be able to assign ip address-pools to
users, based on their login-name/group-membership, but I have found no
examples of how this is done.. Could you point me in the right direction?
Thank you very much.
Klavs Klavsen, GSEC - kl@xxxxxxx - http://www.vsen.dk
PGP: 7E063C62/2873 188C 968E 600D D8F8 B8DA 3D3A 0B79 7E06 3C62
"Those who do not understand Unix are condemned to reinvent it, poorly."
~ --Henry Spencer
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