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Old 21st October 2010
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Default IPSEC VPN endpoint with multiple road warriors

After a lot of reading of man pages, I created a basic IKE IPSEC VPN on OpenBSD 4.7 that works great. I've tested it using the Greenbow and Shrewsoft VPN clients from multiple locations and with multiple simultaneous connections (using the same PSK). I would like to be able to have some sort of authentication method that I can control per user, rather than a global key everyone shares. I'm not sure where to go from here though. Most of what I have read online refers to gateway-to-gateway VPN's with the rest of the responses out of date or RTFM replies. Hoping to find some good direction here. TIA!
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