[Openswan Users] Openswan and Sunray2 VPN?

Jonas Hagberg jonas.hagberg at it.uu.se
Mon Jan 28 03:03:23 EST 2008

Sunray2 has an VPN client.

						Sun Ray Software 4 09/07 provides great new features 
						such as the VPN/IPsec client in the Sun Ray firmware. 
						This allows customers (whose corporate networks utilize 
						Cisco gateways which support the Cisco EasyVPN protocol) 
						to simply plug their Sun Ray clients into nearly any 
						network and connect back to their corporate desktop.



Peter McGill wrote:
> A quick look at the Sunray 2 product and I'd have to say no.
> They are two different kinds of applications.
> Openswan is an IPSec VPN solution.
> Sunray 2 however is a thin-client/virtual desktop client system,
> which uses secure VPN encryption for the connection. This includes
> VPN software but should not be referred to as such but instead as a
> thin-client/virtual desktop software to avoid confusion.
> Openswan is not thin-client/virtual desktop software.
> Also, the Sunray 2 documentation on the website does not even
> mention IPSec but only ARCFOUR or RC4 encryption.
> Peter McGill
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: users-bounces at openswan.org 
>> [mailto:users-bounces at openswan.org] On Behalf Of Jonas Hagberg
>> Sent: January 24, 2008 3:14 AM
>> To: users at openswan.org
>> Subject: [Openswan Users] Openswan and Sunray2 VPN?
>> Is it possible to use openswan in any way to act as an VPN 
>> concentrator 
>> for Sunray 2 .
>> /Jonas
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