[Openswan Users] Openswan -> Checkpoint VPN-1: Is there any chance of this working?
clarkcase at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 10:40:28 EST 2011
Thanks for the link. I had seen those posts, but unfortunately I am ignorant
enough for them to mean very little to me.
One additional piece of information - I can also use a challenge / response
authentication where I initially send my user ID and the VPN will in turn
ask for a passcode. When I enter in the passcode from my RSA software token,
the VPN asks me for the next one. If this is supplied correctly, the VPN
lets me in.
On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 10:23 AM, SilverTip257 <silvertip257 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Here's some info I found on the wiki via a search.
> I don't work with CheckPoint devices, so I can't assist more.
> Hopefully what you're looking for is on that wiki page. :)
> // SilverTip257 //
> On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 20:54, Clark Case <clarkcase at gmail.com> wrote:
> > My apologies in advance if I say anything stupid below. It is only out of
> > complete ignorance.
> > I was lucky enough to receive one of the Google CR 48 netbooks, and I'm
> > trying to figure out how to connect to my work VPN, CheckPoint VPN-1.
> > Someone who makes images for these netbooks built one with Openswan (see
> > duh.org) (really, that is his url). Before endeavoring to configure
> > Openswan, I'm hoping to get an opinion on whether it is possible to make
> > connection or not.
> > Here's what I know: I connect to the VPN in Windows using SecureClient.
> > the connection dialog, there is my user name, a set, unchanging "Token
> > Number" that I can not change, and a field where I enter my PIN each time
> > connect. When I go to Options -> Change Authentication, I can see that I
> > currently am using SercureID with a soft token.
> > I reading through the archive, I think I read that connecting using
> > with OpenSwan just ain't gonna work. Or did I read incorrectly?
> > Thanks,
> > Clark
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