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docker-ipsec-vpn-server - Docker image to run an IPsec VPN server, with IPsec/L2TP and Cisco IPsec

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Docker image to run an IPsec VPN server, with both IPsec/L2TP and Cisco IPsec. Based on Debian 9 (Stretch) with Libreswan (IPsec VPN software) and xl2tpd (L2TP daemon).

setup-ipsec-vpn - Scripts to build your own IPsec VPN server, with IPsec/L2TP and Cisco IPsec on Ubuntu, Debian and CentOS

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Set up your own IPsec VPN server in just a few minutes, with both IPsec/L2TP and Cisco IPsec on Ubuntu, Debian and CentOS. All you need to do is provide your own VPN credentials, and let the scripts handle the rest. An IPsec VPN encrypts your network traffic, so that nobody between you and the VPN server can eavesdrop on your data as it travels via the Internet. This is especially useful when using unsecured networks, e.g. at coffee shops, airports or hotel rooms.

AWS-VPN-Server-Setup - Setup your own private, secure, free* VPN on the Amazon AWS Cloud in 10 minutes

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Please refer to the blog article with all details on setting up your VPN server on the AWS cloud using cloudformation templates. You can launch a VPN on any of AWS regions which include Tokyo, Singapore, Sydney, Frankfurt, Ireland, Sao Paulo, N. Virginia, N. California, Oregon, Mumbai, London, Canada central and Seoul.




docker-ipsec-vpn-server - Multi-user IPSec server docker image

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Docker image to run an IPsec VPN server, with support for both IPsec/L2TP and IPsec/XAuth ("Cisco IPsec"). Based on Lin Song's IPsec VPN Server on Docker modified specially for multiple users.

macosvpn - :wrench: Create macOS VPNs programmatically

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This is a command-line tool written in Objective-C (transitioning to Swift) that can create VPN network configurations on your Mac. It supports both L2TP over IPSec and Cisco IPSec. Integration tests are run on Travis to ensure it's working properly.

l2tpvpn-docker-pi - L2TP/IPsec VPN Server with Raspberry Pi and Docker

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This solution provides a quick way to setup your own L2TP/IPsec VPN Server with Raspberry Pi and Docker. For reference of how this works, you can checkout my blog post. Follow this blog post, complete step 1 through 6 to setup operating system on the Raspberry Pi and forward UDP port 500 and UDP port 4500 to your Raspberry Pi device.