OpenVPN, the versatile multi-platform SSL VPN has reached the 2.0 milestone. The new release features many improvements, most noteably it allows multiple clients to connect to a single OpenVPN server process over a single TCP or UDP port.
OpenVPN 2.0 Released
Submitted by Ian Clancy 2005-04-20 Internet 7 Comments
I’d like to say to James Yonan and all who’ve helped: well done! I’m glad to see you’ve come out with another release. I’m a happy OVPN user.
Simply the easiest VPN Tool with good security too!
I use openvpn to secure our wireless connection at home.
Very easy to setup and tons of features. Fantastic product!
unlike other, possibly better VPN solutions, this one has easy windows client support. and that is the key to getting it used by all those microsoft-centric business users.
how many so-called linux/unix companies have execs and managers who use windows laptops?
I use OpenVPN 1 and it’s a great program. Much simpler and easier than IPSec.
There are quite a few frontends for OpenVPN.
Sorry, this link seems to work better.