Perhaps it would be better if you remove the --start flag, then start the tunnel using pppd: # pppd call VPN_Network You can see an example of that in these instructions: Any help would be gratefully appreciated. In your case, "ip route" showed you the following default route: default via 10.4.5.1 dev eth0 Therefore to delete this route the full command is: ip route delete default via 10.4.5.1 vBulletin ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. this contact form
Already have an account? Doing so isn't simple, but it isn't too complicated either.You'd need a file in /etc/ppp/peers that would look something like:said by /etc/ppp/peers/pptp_vpn :pty "pptp [VPN IP address] --nolaunchpppd"name [user name]remotename pptp_vpnrequire-mschaprequire-mschap-v2require-mppe-128file But when I use it on my laptop with >> wireless connection it doesn't work properly. Adv Reply Quick Navigation New to Ubuntu Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r20764742-ubuntu-vpn
In your case, "ip route" > showed you the following default route: default via > 10.4.5.1 dev eth0 Therefore to delete this route the full command > is: ip route delete The command you used > is incorrect. Ask your distribution packager to fix this. /bin/ip is in different locations according to the policies of various distributions. Last I checked they were example scripts supplied in pppd upstream tar.gz.
It may be that your credentials are incorrect. And I couldn't find "ip" > anywhere in the system files. I only use such a set up if I need to access remote hosts on public networks that have firewalls or otherwise restrict connections by host/network. auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 #iface eth0 inet dhcp iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.3.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 192.168.3.255 network 192.168.3.0 auto wireless-logic iface wireless-logic inet ppp provider
As you said it shows the DNS addresses. I had to set some variables in /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf At the end, I would like to thank you very much James. It isn't necessary to enclose your password in quotes, but it's generally a good idea in case you use any special characters.The /etc/ppp/options.pptp file can probably be left as the defaults https://github.com/danfruehauf/nagios-plugins/issues/11 Even after reading ¬†the above page carefully, I coudn't figure¬†out how to get the DNS addresses. > > > ¬† Furthermore to terminate pptp and shutdown pppd I simply kill >
I fixed the problem. Jul 9 16:29:15 josem-laptop NetworkManager:
Now I am connected to the internet at my university and I owe you this. http://www.linux.org.ru/forum/admin/5472149 Please don't fill out this field. Q: Why should i start my reply below the quoted text? [pptp-devel] PPTP on FreeBSD 7.2 From: STEFANO FRANCO
ForumsJoin Search similar:[DSL] Sagemcom 2864 - VPN (PPTP)vpn connection[Internet] VPN PPTP Access at BHN Hotspots[Cable] Teksavvy VPN PPTP limited to 1 Mbps down in ThornhillPPTP VPN problemsSIP TLS/sRTP proxy + OBi weblink Jul 9 16:29:04 josem-laptop NetworkManager:
Win98 lives -- now in your browser! [Microsoft] by aurgathor400. You need to add:route add -net 172.16.0.0 netmask 255.255.0.0 dev ppp0 That should allow you to access the entire remote LAN.Don't know where ubuntu puts things, but usually there is an You should find the password in /etc/ppp/chap-secrets. http://rinfix.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-switch-tty.html speed 10 not supported using channel 22 Using interface ppp0 anon warn[pptp_gre_bind:pptp_gre.c:87]: socket: Operation not permitted anon fatal[main:pptp.c:322]: Cannot bind GRE socket, aborting.
Jul 9 16:29:04 josem-laptop NetworkManager:
A patch is in CVS that changes this to a macro IP_BINARY.
Currently I cannot access it, if I was on windows I also would not be able to access it unless I made a change on the vpn connection. Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd. Doing this would then let me browse everything on the internal lan, even the other remote systems. If you were using Network Manager PPTP then this would be done automatically for you.
pptpsetup takes your command arguments and stores the values into various files. -- James Cameron http://quozl.linux.org.au/ [pptp-devel] Starting and terminating pptp on slackware From: Hossein Movahhedian
add "defaultroute" option to pppd to be used when tunnel is opened, I added `defaultroute' to /etc/ppp/options > To answer your question; yes, there are HOWTO documents, as this problem > Yes, you are right. If you are not the intended recipient you are hereby notified that any dissemination, copying or distribution of this message is strictly prohibited. delete the current default route (as shown by "ip route"), 2.
I suggest a new thread, however you should first investigate whether the wireless service is compatible with PPTP, as several are not. -- James Cameron http://quozl.linux.org.au/ Re: [pptp-devel] Starting and terminating Briefly describe the problem (required): Upload screenshot of ad (required): Select a file, or drag & drop file here. ‚úĒ ‚úė Please provide the ad click URL, if possible: Home Browse We have some > documents that are quite old here: > > http://pptpclient.sourceforge.net/routing.phtml > >>> Check /etc/resolv.conf to ensure the data therein is valid. My configuration: freebsd 7.2 stable RELEASE-p5 (revision 199506) pentium III - 800MHz - 256MB ram thanks for any reply.
Jul 9 16:29:04 josem-laptop NetworkManager:
If you have a > concern over usage of wicd, please contact wicd project. ;-) > > However, nothing you have shown so far seems to be unusual in any way, If creating the tunnel was successful one of the last messages you should see in your logs is your ppp device being assigned an IP address. · actions · 2008-Jul-11 11:20 Looking at the file pptpclient-1.7.2_5.tbz it is a binary distribution and contains a README file that refers to John Polstra. The command you used is incorrect.
If you have a concern over usage of wicd, please contact wicd project. ;-) However, nothing you have shown so far seems to be unusual in any way, so wicd seems