"This series of articles covers the development of a Linux-based
server to support a number of workstations running the Microsoft
Windows operating system in the computer laboratory of a 55+ RV
Resort in Mesa, Arizona. Part I and Part II covered the background
of our organization, the establishment of our Linux system, the
rules for our iptables firewall and network functions such as IP
address serving, a cache-only name server, an Intranet Web server
and print and file services using the service-message block (SMB)
protocol. This article describes the implementation of a virtual
private network (VPN) server, which we built so our wireless users
can encrypt their transmissions over an unsecured network..."
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