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I finally managed to set up the tunnel. I can now ping the host behind the Cisco ASA device. Originally, I wanted a GUI tool, but I realized the digitalocean VPS console access has a wrong mouse pointer so I kept running into problems trying to use GUI tools like vpnc in the method described here. I ended up using openswan. Here is how. Install openswan. ...
You could also solve this problem easily with udev since a tun interface is removed when vpn connection drops. this rule will just disconnect from your wifi ap whenever a vpn connection is terminated, so you gotta reconnect manually again: Create a file /etc/udev/rules.d/81-vpn-firewall.rules, and add this rule to it: KERNEL=="tun0", ACTION=="remove", ...
First add the credentials in the connection configuration file, look for a file in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections called "MyVPN" and add the following section: [vpn-secrets] password=my_vpn_password Then add password-flags=0 and secret-flags=0 into the [vpn] section. Now you can easily create a connection to your new VPN with nmcli: nmcli con up ...
You could try to type this script: [Default] networkmanger="true" nmcli nm network=(name of network) vpn firefox and it might work fine this way.
Thanks for translate. You problem is that CA Certificate box is empty. Read this: https://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/documentation/howto.html#pki Is the best source for your problem.
I'm not sure if it was just a typo in your question but it's /usr/local, not /user/local. /usr/local is a reproduction of the same sort of hierarchy as /usr but separated and left empty by the system, so that anything installed there will not clash with anything installed by the system. It's for you to add software that you compiled/created yourself or ...
#/bin/sh should be #!/bin/sh and make sure the file is executable.
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