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Here we shall take www as the service for routing. Use mangle table of iptable for modifying the www packets. sudo iptables -t mangle -A OUTPUT -p tcp --dport 80 -j MARK --set-mark 0x1 We are marking all packets with destination port 80 as 0x1 . Now save and restart iptables. service iptables save service iptables restart Next, create a new IP route ...
You need to add the filepath like this: dpkg -i ~/Desktop/somefolder/openvpn-as-2.0.20-Ubuntu.amd_64.deb ~ this is your home folder. When refering to program files you always need to add the complete path to it, I normally use the TAB function to find the correct path faster. The TAB function in the terminal is used as an auto complete. Always try to ...
After a bit of digging I found this answer, tested it (on Ubuntu GNOME 15.04) and so far it seems working. The only thing I might add is that once the script file is created it doesn't necessarily need to be saved to your /home folder. You can save it anywhere, make it executable and add it to the list of startup programs.
I just figured out the solution to this problem together with technical support. You have to change the connection protocol from UDP to TCP and set the port from 9120 to 80. That did the trick for me. Now everything runs smoth and I have no further errors. I hope this help you guys out.
We can do this using nmcli command: nmcli con status id your-vpn-connection-name If your VPN connection is connected, you will see the connection information but if your VPN connection is disconnected, you will see something like this: Error: 'your-vpn-connection-name' is not an active connection.
If you want to know if any VPN-connection is active then the following invocation is useful: nmcli con | grep -i vpn Depending of the connection status you will get either VPN099 ... vpn wlan0 if active or VPN099 ... vpn --- if inactive.
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