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connect to vpn via another port( change pptp client port)
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?
Dec 20 '11 at 6:01
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