I have 2 vpn connections and I want to be able to connect on both of them at the same time, running Fedora 18. My main idea was to run VirtualBox with 2 virtual machines, connect each of them on the VPN and then SSH to each machine to access both VPNs. But then I thought there must be a way to do it in one machine. I mean there's no point of running a whole operating system just to get 1 connection.
I am aware of nm-tool but I think if I connect a VPN it "wraps" all the connections. Is that right? Is there a way to create, lets say,
eth0:2 and assign 1 VPN on each?
If there is no possible way of doing it in one machine and I have to stick to the VM solution, what configuration would you recommend to use less hardware resources? (distribution, ram assigned, etc.) hence if I stick to the VM solution I would only need the VM for the connection and nothing else.
(Any solutions are accepted, but I prefer command line if possible.)