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Add this to your kernel line in your boot loader to disable IPv6 altogether: ipv6.disable=1 If you're using Grub (if you haven't installed your own boot-loader, then you are using Grub), your kernel line should look something like this: linux /boot/vmlinuz-linux root=UUID=978e3e81-8048-4ae1-8a06-aa727458e8ff ipv6.disable=1 The recommended approach, for ...


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Copy the text between <ca> and </ca>, paste it in a text editor and save it as ca.crt. The text between <cert> and </cert> should be saved as client.crt and the text between <key> and </key> should be saved as client.key. You must set some advanced options in accordance to the configuration file. I couldn't connect to ...


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Update for 14.04 Trusty Tahr (64-bit) First run with Network Connect on 14.04 resulted a failure and Network Connect just complained about missing 32-bit libraries. My NC version is 7.4R6. I did have all the libraries installed and openjdk-7-jre:i386 installed. Digging a little bit deeper revealed that Network Connect is using update-alternatives listing ...


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This works for me: http://www.softwarepassion.com/solving-dns-problems-with-openvpn-on-ubuntu-box/ The important step is adding following three lines into your client openvpn config file: script-security 2 up /etc/openvpn/update-resolv-conf down /etc/openvpn/update-resolv-conf It works with openvpn client service or command(sudo openvpn ...


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This is an issue of the DNS server of the network you are connecting to. Does the network you connect to provide a DNS service? Have you asked the network admin? He/she should be able to tell you how to set up your DNS settings to be able to do this. If you can talk to the admin, well and good. If not, you can set this up for your machine by adding aliases ...



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