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You can probably use Kerio from http://download.kerio.com/archive/index.php?type=source, as there seem to be Debian/Ubuntu version.


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Solution: I created a shell script named "/usr/local/bin/isvpn" with this content: #! /bin/bash if [ -z "$(ifconfig | grep tun)" ]; then test="no VPN" else test="VPN" fi echo -n "$test" In the .bashrc now I have the line PS1="\u@\h [\$(isvpn)]\w \$ " So it works as intended. In addition you can emphasize the prompt with colours. Maybe this can ...


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Add the result of a test to your prompt If the command ps ax -o comm| grep [v]pnc gives no output whatsoever when there is no active vpn connection, but it does when there is, you could edit your .bashrc file by: adding the following small section to it: if [ -z "$(ps ax -o comm| grep [v]pnc)" ]; then test="no vpn active" else test="vpn active" ...


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Answering this question largely depends on what type of routers you are dealing with but my guess is that it will be impossible. Configuring a hardware VPN without Administrator privileges is impossible. You cannot physically connect to a machine behind the router without having access to port forwarding. Any requests to connect will be sent to the router ...


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Without access to the routers or changing the router it is going to be virtually impossible. Your router has a firewall. A firewall is a wall blocking ALL data. Rules are added to allow certain data. A port is a specif door in the wall, and a "port forward" is a door to a specific PC. Without a port going to the target box there is NO way to send data to ...


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For the majority of distributions you must load the nf_conntrack_proto_gre and nf_conntrack_pptp kernel modules for certain PPTP/VPN servers. This can be done with: $ sudo modprobe nf_conntrack_proto_gre nf_conntrack_pptp


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I was able to partially solve the problem. I am using the using the ubuntu vpn network manager to connect to the server, so there is no client config anymore However the my server config changed to this: server-bridge port 1194 proto tcp dev tap0 ca /etc/openvpn/ca.crt cert /etc/openvpn/server.crt key /etc/openvpn/server.key dh /etc/openvpn/dh2048.pem # ...


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I'm hitting the same problem on 2 different 12.04 desktop machines. I'm pretty sure the problem got introduced with the following update that came in on 2/2/2015 https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/precise/+source/network-manager-applet BTW, you can still access the configure side of the VPN by running the "nm-connection-editor" from terminal session. I don't ...


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@AntonLugovoi - those instructions no longer work: sudo apt-get install network-manager-l2tp-gnome Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required ...


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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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I realize this is a bit late and perhaps you already have an answer. It appears from my own investigation that the error is because AnyConnect requires a specific Certificate with your username. I haven not been able to confirm/deny this on my end because I do not have access to a Certificate Authority within my organization. However, here are a couple of ...


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If your home directory is encrypted, then this is a duplicate of Error when running binary with root setuid under encrypted home directory. If it's not (or your entire drive is encrypted, which is different), then you can fix this like this: $ ll ~/.juniper_networks/network_connect/ncsvc -rwx--x--x 1 mvorburger mvorburger 1274492 Feb 14 14:14 ncsvc $ sudo ...


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Not sure if you still need this but you can restart or quit the multiload indicator by running the following command in a terminal: indicator-multiload &


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Have you set a crt file. Under VPN settings you may need a certificate from your vpn server. You can usually download them from your provider.


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That's not the best way (because Openswan has been removed from Unicorn (14.10) by some security reasons), but it works pretty good for me: Download and install an appropriate Openswan package from the http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/pm/openswan I use package trusty (14.04) for my Unicorn (14.10) and it works without any issues. Then you need to install ...


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The solution was to install a hidden dependancies of the deb file (who knows why the deb file doesn't do this) and THEN reinstall the deb. sudo apt-get install lsb THEN xdg-open ~/Downloads/<hamachi>.deb


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Just a nugget of knowledge: OSX for MAC is based off Darwin, which is a distribution of Linux. So the commands and the like are similar to each other. Try that way of thinking to see if you can refine your approach to your problem. Hope it helps.


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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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Finally found the solution Cannot connect to the internet after installing Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf


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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 open source OpenConnect VPN client now has support for Juniper. See http://www.infradead.org/openconnect/juniper.html



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