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Initial import of year-and-a-half-old upstream version 0.9.6a

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Timothy Pearson 10 years ago
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Basic Installation
==================
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The `configure' shell script attempts to guess correct values for
various system-dependent variables used during compilation. It uses
those values to create a `Makefile' in each directory of the package.
It may also create one or more `.h' files containing system-dependent
definitions. Finally, it creates a shell script `config.status' that
you can run in the future to recreate the current configuration, a file
`config.cache' that saves the results of its tests to speed up
reconfiguring, and a file `config.log' containing compiler output
(useful mainly for debugging `configure').
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to figure out how `configure' could check whether to do them, and mail
diffs or instructions to the address given in the `README' so they can
be considered for the next release. If at some point `config.cache'
contains results you don't want to keep, you may remove or edit it.
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called `autoconf'. You only need `configure.in' if you want to change
it or regenerate `configure' using a newer version of `autoconf'.
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`--help'
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run
sh doc/debian_compile.txt
once terminated, then do:
su
make install
exit
Then it is available via KDE menu - Internet - KVpnc

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run
sh doc/gentoo_compile.txt
once terminated, then do:
su
make install
exit
Then it is available via KDE menu - Internet - KVpnc

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KVpnc - KDE frontend for various vpn clients
Features:
---------
- easy to use KDE gui
- docking in kicker
- localized GUI (Bulgarian, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Slovak, Polish, Portuguese Brazilian, Russian, Spanish)
- VPN connection to Cisco concentrator
- VPN connection to VPN servers by using IPsec
- FreeS/WAN (Linux 2.4.x) support
- racoon (Linux 2.6.x/BSD) support
- PPTP support (pptpclient)
- OpenVPN support
- Multiple profiles
- preshared secret support
- X509 certificate support
- Cisco PCF file import
- PKCS12 certificate import
- Ping test
- automaticlly setting of routes and firewall rules (iptables) (currently: freeswan/racoon)
- automaticlly network device detection (can be overridden)
- log file writing
- DCOP interface
- user notification for sucessful connect/disconnect
- NAT-T support (racoon/OpenVPN/vpnc)
Requirements:
-------------
- KDE >= 3.2.x (required)
- vpnc >= 0.2-rm+zomb-pre9 Cisco VPN (optional)
- IPsec (Openswan, strongSwan) >= 2.x IPSec VPN Linux 2.4/2.6 (optional)
- racoon (ipsec-tools) > = 1.x IPSec VPN Linux 2.6 (optional)
- pptpclient PPTP VPN (optional)
- OpenVPN VPN based on SSL (optional)
- l2tpd, xl2tpd, openl2tp (optional)
- vtun (optional)
- OpenSSH >= 4.3 (optional)
- libgcrypt version >= 1.1.90
- opensc
- ksshaskpass (optional)
Installation:
-------------
tar xvfz kvpnc-<version>.tar.gz
cd kvpnc-<version>
make -f admin/Makefile.common
./configure
make
su
make install
Documentation:
--------------
Please look in doc folder. Most interesting are the README* files.
(c) 12/17/2008 Christoph Thielecke <crissi99@gmx.de>

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*************************************
legend:
- planned
+ in progress
* finished
*************************************
* encrypted password storing
* saving passwords with kwallet?
* ipsec vpn
* freeswan (kernel 2.4)
* x509
* psk
* openswan
* xauth
- support auth= parameter
+ racoon (kernel 2.6/bsd)
* x509
* psk
* mod config support for racoon
+ openvpn support
* psk
* x509
* cipher choice
* AES-128-CBC
- rsa management
* automatic fixing chiper
* automatic fixing auth algo
* automatic fixing tun/tap dev
* 1.x, 2.0, >= 2.x support
* reconnect
* reconnect actions
* make vpnc-connect obsolete
* move config stuff to own class
* colorize log output
* color settings
* custom font size of log output
* notifications
* connected
* disconnected
* ping sucess
* ping fail
* connection lost
- traffic graph for vpn traffic
- ipsec 2.4
- ipsec 2.6
- vpnc
- vpnclient
- openvpn
- pptp
- vtun
- ssh
+ kde handbook
+ english
+ german
+ french
+ swedish
+ deleting/keeping profile data
* scripts
* logfiles
- certificates
- preshared keys
- passwords
+ activate/deactivate firewall rules
+ default rules
* racoon
- vpnc
* freeswan
- openvpn
- own rules
* pfs setting
* vpnc
* raccon
* freeswan
* pptp support
* debug option
* userdefinied path
* nat-t support
* vpnc
* vpnclient
* racoon
* freeswan
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* checking for /dev/net/tun
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* connect
* disconnect
* pre command execution
* connect
* disconnect
* post command execution
* connect
* disconnect
* use of kdialogbase in dialogs
* renaming of profiles
* showing better status during connecting
+ whats this tips allround
* tool tips
+ inactivity timeout
* vpnc
* profile list convert from combobox to listview
* new profile wizard
* cisco (free)
* cisco (propritary)
* ipsec
* pptp
* openvpn
* l2tp
* racoon
* openswan
* strongswan
* connect after creation
* network routes
* gateway option
* interface option
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* profile label (bold...)
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* dcop interface (kde 3)/dbus interface (kde 4)
* connect
* disconnect
* connected time
* status
* current profile
* setprofile
* new profile
* delete profile
* preferences
* import cert
* import pcf
* generate openvpn key
- add an IPv6 support
+ support for resolvconf at debian
* vpnc
* vpnclient
* openvpn
* pptp
- openswan
- strongswan
+ support for setting virtual ip of remote network
* openvpn
* pptp
- freeswan
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* strongswan
* raccon
* vtun
* ssh
* userdefinied dh group for racoon
* mtu setting
* vpnc
* pptp
* racoon
* openswan
* strongswan
* openvpn
* cvs commit stats via CIA
* test for cia :)
- non root mode
- aka SuSE ResMgnr?!
- sudo configuration
* DNS hostname resolving of gateway
* vpnc
* racoon
* add default route for pppd (for pppd = 2.4.2)
* pppd: deflate needs option
* vpnc: fix dns support in generated scripts (look vpnc patch)
* minimize instead quit by clicking on close button
* more options for ppp
* noipdefault
* context menu for log viewer
* tooltip at profile selector
- roadmap
* user feedback like kdirstat does
- xml config for profiles
- config load
- config save
+ import profiles
* cisco pcf
* tcp tunneling port remove
* group password decode
* user password decode
* kvpnc
* openvpn
* normal settings
* inline certs
* inline keys
* freeswan
* strongswan
* openswan
* pptp
- windows pbk
* fritzbox user vpn config
+ export profiles
* kvpnc
* openvpn
- ipsec
- pptp
- vpnc
+ vpnc 3.3: vpnc-script
* handle diffent call modes of vpnc >= 0.3.3
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* option for disabling mppe compression
* menu entry (list) for fast connect to profile in kicker context menu
* autoconnect at startup
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- list of active tunnels
- switching shown tunnel state
- showing state of current selected tunnel
- add id for tunnel in log
* auth-user-pass option for openvpn
* http proxy support
* openvpn
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* support for l2tp
* racoon
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<vpns>
<openvpn>
<group name="general">
<entry name="protocol">
blalbalblal
</entry>
</group>
</openvpn>
<pptp>
blabla
</pptp>
....
</vpns>
- preferences dialog
+ ask on connect
+ ask user for the certificate key passphrase (if it isn't specified in kvpnc profile)
- ipsec
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* vpnclient
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* user password
* group password
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* pptp
- openvpn
- vpnc
- freeswan
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* vpnc
- vpnclient
- ipsec
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- openvpn
- vtun
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* openvpn
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* strongswan
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- authentication method (pptp)
* chap
* mschap
* mschap-v2
* pap
+ eap
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* enrollment
* offline (to file)
* online (scep)
+ certificate management for ipsec
* import cert
* p12
* pem
- display/remove cert
- enrollment
- offline (to file)
- online (scep)
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- ipsec
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