NetworkingServers – VPN

Preface

VPN or Virtual Private Network is extends a private network across public networks like the Internet. It enables a host computer to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if they were an integral part of the private network with all functionality, security and management policies of the private network. This is done by establishing a virtual point-to-point connection through the use of dedicated connections, encryption, or a combination of the two.

This page is a metapage. It means deeper and more focused article will be written in other place and their entry will be indexed here. Browse following catalog to search what you want.

Table of Content

  1. OpenVPN
  2. SoftEther VPN
  3. Tinc VPN

Article

  1. Explaining VPN Service

OpenVPN

  • Installation
    • OpenVPN on FreeBSD
    • OpenVPN on Debian Linux
    • OpenVPN on Windows
  • Configuration
  • Other

SoftEther VPN

  • Installation
    • SoftEtherVPN on FreeBSD
    • SoftEtherVPN on Debian Linux
    • SoftEtherVPN on Windows
  • Configuration
  • Other

Tinc VPN

  • Installation
    • TincVPN on FreeBSD
    • TincVPN on Debian Linux
    • TincVPN on Windows
  • Configuration
  • Other

Affiliation

Reference