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I know this is a bit old question, but I was searching myself for the forti client and now they have a package that do not require the ia-32 libs. You can download it from here. More info


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Below is a guide I found on Airvpn forums. It was very helpful in understanding the same problem I had. In the following quick tutorial I will try to give you some guidance to get a simple setup (hopefully) working. This is only for general guidance. Adjust addresses, port numbers and protocols as needed. E.g. If your router is on a different IP-address ...


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It may help to somebody else: I missed an option in Xubuntu Network Manager when editing some ethernet / WiFi connection - in general tab a VPN can be specified and it's gonna connect automatically on that network. It's not in the VPN settings directly.


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Currently, Ubuntu touch phones are for early adopters that want hardware to develop and test new applications themselves … It has most features that most phones have as well and some features that none have, but if you want Skype, MySQL, VLC, VNC, FireFox, … from the standard repositories, roll up your sleeves and start adapting them and publish them ...


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To my knowledge, there is no other browser or connection manager with proxy setting for the moment. On this french forum, one as post a non-optimal solution to configure a proxy: link Not sure it is really helpful...


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After shutting down the pc and turning it on again the following day, it is failing again. I have already reinstalled ppp but the same problem is faced: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests Any thought?


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Follow the steps at http://jeffhoogland.blogspot.se/2012/05/howto-give-network-manager-sufficient.html and this resolved my issue.


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Ok don't worry.. I did the best resolution problem.. Unistall PPP from Ubuntu Software center.. and then reinstall everything with: sudo apt-get -f install ppp network-manager-pptp pppconfig pppoeconf pptp-linux I created a new VPN connection from gui, and set the MPPE option to true. And it worked fine! =)


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If you want to redirect all traffic to VPN, then do sudo route del default sudo route add default dev ppp0 You can also set it up in ppp config by adding option replacedefaultroute


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There was an error in my syslog, "short read (-1): Message too long" which suggested an MTU problem. Apparently, sometimes VPNs complain about incorrect MTU settings. As I connect to home via a Verizon 4G wireless card, this VPN wasn't happy, and would drop after 30 seconds of activity. Or so. Here's what I did to fix it. ping -s 1472 google.com which ...


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If you want to traffic from all applications through the SOCKS proxy server tsocks would do the trick. tsocks is a library to allow transparent SOCKS proxying. It wraps the normal connect() function. When a connection is attempted, it consults the configuration file (which is defined at configure time but defaults to /etc/tsocks.conf) and ...


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One way would be to create .desktop files. You can copy the google-chrome-stable to your desktop by typing in from a terminal window: cp /usr/share/applications/google-chrome.desktop /home/username/Desktop Open the google-chrome.desktop file with your favorite editor, and change the following line: Exec=/usr/bin/google-chrome-stable %U to: ...


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A solution would be to run a local DNS server that can forward queries to other DNS servers based on subdomain/domain. Ubuntu's network-manager already runs a local DNS server (dnsmasq-base) however the required options are not available so disable it then install and configure the full dnsmasq package as follows: 1) Comment out dns=dnsmasq from ...


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The first comment is probably the answer for most of us, except, maybe, some real experts: "Seems there is no easy way anymore to establish a L2tp VPN connection since OpenSwan has been deprecated and removed in Ubuntu 14.10. Need it myself, found no working solution after months of sporadic research. – derFunk May 21 at 18:11" No solution seems to be ...


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Extraction Script: In response to Tamsyn Michael's helpful answer I made a small program to automate the extraction task. It outputs the appropriate files needed for openvpn then appends these filenames to the original settings file. //woahguy@askubuntu #include <iostream> #include <string.h> #include <stdio.h> using namespace std; ...


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I've used openvpn successfully many times with it's companion, vpnc-scripts. Once both of these packages are available, try connecting with the following: openconnect -b -u USER.NAME --force-dpd 60 --authgroup=default --script=/usr/share/vpnc-scripts/vpnc-script VPN.DOMAIN.TLD This should also set up your routes correctly so that once you do ...


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The command works for me. However, and since I never defined $OUTIF, I just entered what it is. I am saying I did this: sudo -i iptables --table nat --append POSTROUTING --out-interface eth0 --jump MASQUERADE


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The solution for this problem turned out to be really simple. After about 2 weeks I did a straight forward ubuntu software update, and that resolved the problem.


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No. Try   sudo apt-get install icedtea-7-plugin


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Okay so after some more digging and lot's of experimentation it turns out I have to in fact lower the MTU of wlan0, rather than increase it. The reason, as far as I understood and please correct if I'm wrong, is that probably one of routers or a switch on the way is having a lower MTU as well, thus although it sends the packets correctly, my guess is that ...


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I am not sure I really understood your question but normally, you should only need to enter the hostname or IP address of the Computer you want to connect to in the Computer or Computer Name box and then click connect. The other boxes (Domain, Client Hostname...) are optional. The box Protocol File allows you to put a file where you store the connection ...


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Not every DNS servers keep themselves updated with localized domains such as government domains . Change your DNS server to Google'S public DNS server by entering following IPs in your network manager 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4


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"Route add default dev ppp0" - enter this into your command line if you are using PPTP VPN . it will drive all unmatched outgoing traffic through your VPN . Replace ppp0 with other Dev in case if you are not using PPTP


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Probably your OpenVPN configuration was not correct and your VPN is not connecting. See your log file for connection fault


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Install pptp-linux along with other PPTP module , Add your provider at /etc/PPP/peers/VPNPR Connect to VPN using "pon VPNPR"


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Archive (a.k.a. "zip") those 50 connections from the /etc/PPP/peers with their configurations in a file and unzip them at the other computer also in the /etc/PPP/peers directory. This is how you can achieve what you want.


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In Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 VPN auto connect store on GUI on individual saved wi-fi settings. System settings - Network - check interested Wi-Fi or Lan - Settings (General tab) - select "Auto connect to VPN... "


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In my casevpnagentd would not load. Installing the packages sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 however, resolved the problem for me. The terminal promted the message to install these, when I tried to install ia32-libs, which seems to be obsolete.


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With respect, Ignacio, I'm not sure what your problem or question is... When you installed the network-manager-openconnect package, that's what gets you to openconnect VPNs -- What's perhaps misleading is that the "right choice" appears in the Network Manager's drop-down list of VPNs to add -- see right under the "VPN" subsection: "Cisco Compatible VPN ...



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