|misc--||ok, got two interfaces - one goes to the internet, another is a VPN. I want to prioritise all traffic on destination port 22 that goes through the VPN interface. Would I need to bridge the VPN and Internet interface?|
|miah||your question doesnt make much sense|
|misc--||I just want to know basically which interface to assign qos on. Because if I assign it on the VPN interface then that means the internet interface has free range... and if I assign it on the internet interface then it's not prioritizing the traffic that I want (as it goes over VPN)|
actually I couldn't bridge the VPN and internet interface because that means they would both have to be on the same IP range right? Or not...
I could bridge them then assign qos to the bridge but lets say eth0 is internet and tun0 is vpn, then that means that the bridge (br0) would need the public IP and the VPN IP on it? Confused!
no maybe not. Maybe leave the IPs as they are on the physical interface then bridge the two and assign qos on the bridge interface
|Mac_||anyone have a idea does there exist somewhere a good vpn conf. guide for centos?|
|misc--||is there a way I can bring up a network device before my main eth0 is started? Basically I would like a script to run before the network is started, what would be the cleanest way to do that?|
How can i Install ISPConfig on CentOS
anyone have tutorials?
|r2bit||is it possible to create a roadwarrior style vpn using centos's ipsec-tools?|
i mean.. what do i put in the ifcfg-ipsec* in that case :)
|Aristotles||i already did that|
but i cant find a tutorial for installing ispconfig
Aristotles: every client will have it's own ipsec* tunnel?
|lang72||r2bit: Wait for Centos5 before you do anything large with ipsec|
|lang72||ipsec on linux has been a mess in it still is.|
It has been developed to something better lately. But it still far behind OpenBSD that had some focus on ipsec
centos5 is just around the corner anyway
|r2bit||and centos5 will have improvements in that area?|
|range||Why not use openvpn? It is much more hassle free than ipsec ever will be. If you have to use ipsec, though: Tough luck.|
|lang72||r2bit: I can' t remember the details, but I belive it has been major development in the area since Linux 2.6.9|
openvpn is more used than ipsec on linux
|r2bit||openvpn supports net2net tunnels to, right?|
|lang72||ipsec is more or less plug and play on openbsd. Linux can learn from them in that area|
r2bit: openvpn uses SSL tunnels that can use both TCP and UDP as transport
|range||Isn't installing ispconfig just running "./setup"?|
|my007ms||i have many server in my LAN i have enabel XDMCP in them but i need make gdm ask me which server i need to login|
|my007ms||yes but what thing i need to change|
the XDMCP is not seen in brodcast