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RVL200: SSL on Linux CLI?

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by petzi43, Dec 11, 2008.

  1. petzi43

    petzi43 LI Guru Member

    Hi all,

    is it somehow possible to start a virtual passage from a linux CLI, so without GUI and Browser running? I would like a server to connect to a RVL200... (btw. yes, the ipsec tunnel is already used and I would also pay a license to get 5 ipsec-tunnel or someting like that).

    Hope to hear from someone soon... ;-)

    Bets regards
    Patrick
     
  2. obaltus

    obaltus Addicted to LI Member

    Hello,

    If you take look at your filesystem, you will notice that a folder /vpclient has been created during the VirtualPassage Applet launch.
    In that folder, there is a bunch of executables which are used to start the SSL tunnel. As far as I have understood, the Applet starts the pppd.vp process which actually initiates the tunnel. Starting this pppd.vp process is done by the java applet through the pppwrap executable but it still unclear with wihch parameters.
    I believe that you can find the answer in the class files in the SignedVPClient.jar.
    The job would be to decompile the java class files in order to be able to understand the parameters. May be you could ask linksys or the company behind the VirtualPassage developement (http://www.menlologic.com/ssl_vpn_client.html) to provide this information.

    Hope this help, Olivier
     

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