Windows 2003 can be configured as a VPN server that uses L2TP with a preshared key. Windows 7 can be configured to accept incoming VPN connections, presumably using PPTP. Is there a way to configure ...
I was running 10.6.8 and couldn't login to any L2TP VPN server (tried 2 completely different ones) using the built-in VPN client. Upgraded to 10.7.2, the same issue. It doesn't seem that the machine ...
I have a VPN service which gives me the option of connecting via PPTP, IPsec, or L2TP over IPsec. PPTP i know is inferior in terms of security and encryption, but I'm not really sure what the ...
The default way to connect to a VPN (standard includedd MS client) seems to be to click on the network icon in the system tray to expand it, then pick the VPN connection, and click the connect button. ...
It seems that an old installation of Cisco Anyconnect prevents the OS X built-in L2TP/IPSec client from running (I posted a question here: OS X 10.7, can't log into any L2TP VPN server, but didn't ...
How may I connect to VPN using the username, password and PSK combo in the command line? Google has been of no help; any guidance will be most welcome. I want a command to the effect of vpnclient ...