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Are you comfortable with editing configuration files with a text editor? If so, I believe the answer of where to put the PSK is /etc/ipsec.secrets. You can try something like this: : PSK "strongSwan" The file is documented in man ipsec.secrets or you can read about it here: https://wiki.strongswan.org/projects/strongswan/wiki/IpsecSecrets Let us know ...


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If you're a bit familiar with routing, default gateways and network cards, this is easy: If your machine has an Ethernet port, use that. If not, add an additional WiFi card to the machine. Connect to the Internal VPN using the first NIC. Note the IP address range of the VPN Connect the second NIC to the Internet VPN This should now become the default ...


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I just had the same issue and Plant Maven's answer was correct. Instead of deleting the config files in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ I moved them to another folder, so I could compare. The only difference between the old config file and the new one is in a VPN connection I just re-created from scratch and it's the UUID. No idea why the old ...


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The lt2p-ipsec-vpn package was deprecated along with OpenSwan. Ubuntu has replaced OpenSwan with StrongSwan, which is available in the main, along with a corresponding network manager plugin in universe. apt-get install strongswan network-manager-strongswan


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This is caused by a change for security reason in kernel 3.18 [1]. There are two ways to fix this. First approach is adding this rule to the file /etc/ufw/before.rules before the line # drop INVALID packets ... -A ufw-before-input -p 47 -j ACCEPT Second approach is manually loading the nf_conntrack_pptp module. You can do this by running sudo modprobe ...



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