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I am wondering if someone has a recipe to configure IPSEC/LT2P-PSK VPN for the Pi. I am interested in being able to connect to it with an iDevice, and an Android phone.

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I dont have a recipe for installing a IPSEC / L2TP VPN; I tried to install it and after a couple of hours gave up in frustration and opted for a PPTP VPN.

PPTP is much easy to manage and install, although please take note its not as secure as IPSEC / L2TP, but it will support connections from iOS and Android devices unlike OpenVPN.

Depending on why you need a VPN, the increased risk associated to using PPTP over IPSEC/L2TP might be acceptable, if it is you will find a recipe for installing PPTP here http://www.stuffaboutcode.com/2012/08/raspberry-pi-use-as-vpn-server.html

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Could you elaborate a bit (just the highlights) on how the level of security if lower with PPTP VPN, compared to OpenVPN ? –  icarus74 Feb 18 '13 at 12:12
    
It uses an older cipher but is still pretty difficult to crack. Keep in mind that VPN can run pretty slow on the Pi because of allot of encryption. –  ppumkin Feb 18 '13 at 15:09
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I don't know if this exactly is what your looking for but this tut may help you: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/21429092/OpenVpn%20server%20Raspberry%20Pi.pdf

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Can you provide a summary? –  Jivings Nov 21 '12 at 0:32
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OpenVPN now has Windows/Mac/Android/iOS clients. Here is a pretty good write up on OpenVPN for Raspberry Pi. http://sandeepmore.com/blog/2012/08/21/openvpn-for-raspberrypi-static-key/

A quick and easy write up for PPTP VPN on Raspberry Pi. http://www.sigwo.com/sshvpn-setup-guides-for-raspberry-pi/

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