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as you know pptp port is 1723 by default,know I forward port number 21 to 1723 on my CentOs VPN.

Know I wanna connect to my vpn (pptp) from port number 21.

How can I do it?

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You can change this within your client config: The line looks like remote 192.168.100.1

You can add the port after the ip address:

remote 192.168.100.1 21

Thats it.

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What is this "client config" that you refer to? You seem to be referring to a configuration file, but neither the question or answer specifies where that would be. After reading help.ubuntu.com/community/VPNClient I looked in /etc/ppp. The page isn't very clear in distinguishing client/server config though. Would it also be possible to do this via the GUI? If not, what file is this you refer to? – Nateowami Aug 13 '15 at 1:02

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