VPN server on VDS


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There is VDS hosting. Debian. There is a desire to lift on it VPN to protect against snipe in open WiFi networks.
The scenario I see something like this: connect to public wifi (clients: Android2.2, iOS4, Windows 7), connected to VPN, all traffic is encrypted and goes through it.

Accordingly, there is the task of selecting and VPN settings that would power up the clients (Win, iOS, Android), it was possible for him to use.

* On Android, the following configurations are available: pptp, l2tp, l2tp/IPSec PSK, l2tp/IPSec CRT.
* On iOS L2TP, PPTP Cisco IPSec VPN.
* On Windows the standard client (something you can deliver, probably).
* Simultaneous clients can be up to 4x.
* Circuit settings VPN: routera, access via login/password.

Alternatively you can consider a PPTP server configured with forwarding:
* www.ylsoftware.com/news/407
* www.ylsoftware.com/news/538

Thank you.
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even so I would have chosen openvpn, I use it for a very long time, there are clients for iphone www.guizmovpn.com/ and for Android. plus — supports the work through NAT and http/socks proxies.
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OpenVPN? I do not know how the device works, but not so long ago set up. Fairly easy to use.
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on the VDS you want to enable TAP/TUN interface but not the fact that one of these L2TP, PPTP will receive. I have not earned PPTP no л2тп. Raised OpenVPN but it does not work with iPhone.
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+1 for OpenVPN
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If I don't want to bother — it is by far PPTP. But he has a number of limitations, starting with the fact that the standard port for the connection in most cases, change will not work.
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On VPS (debian) raised OpenVPN fast enough though and had a little routing to Tinker (not never router), the main thing is that everything is very securely works without zboev
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The easiest way is pptp. In the case of freebsd's daemon mpd files mpd.conf.example, and adding lines with the username and password in the mpd.secret. But PPTP uses GRE, and now there is still a place where it is cut. With L2TP over IPsec all a little more complicated (because it is 2 separate process unrelated to each other), but it works in 99% modern :)
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