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I'm not an expert at this, but I see no one has answered your questions so I'll tell you how it works for me. I use a for-pay VPN and it works perfectly with the settings below. One thing you didn't mention is if you installed OpenVPN. That might be something you want to try. Here are the instructions on how to setup a VPN in 12.04/14.04 according to my VPN ...


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There is no support for a wireless hotspot on the Ubuntu phone images yet. Nor is there support for VPNs. Both will be available at some point in a future over-the-air update. In the meantime, it should be possible to use the phone for USB tethering, by running android-gadget-service enable rndis in the Terminal app on the phone, or via adb. For VPN, you ...


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I have this problem exactly. In 14.04 there was a flaky indicator I could use. It is not available in 14.10. In 14.10 with XFCE4, Settings > Network Connections allows me to set up VPN connections but does not give me the option to connect to any of them. I've looked everywhere for an app offering connections like those offered in the Unity dropdown, but I ...


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Needed to add this to /etc/rc.local iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0.0/24 ! -d 10.8.0.0/24 -j SNAT --to $MY_IP Which probably would have shown up had I checked out route earlier!


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i quickly set up a fresh ubuntu 14.04.2 and created a free beartunnel account. there might be two problems: are you using the free "Little Bear" account? because they mention something like Linux tunneling is only available for paid Giant or Grizzly accounts which openvpn version are you using? run dpkg -l | grep openvpn openvpn mentions a bug with ...


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Okay, open a terminal and run these commands: or cd into the unzipped directory and then run sudo openvpn --config "TunnelBear Germany.ovpn": wget https://s3.amazonaws.com/tunnelbear/linux/openvpn.zip unzip openvpn.zip cd openvpn sudo openvpn --config "TunnelBear Germany.ovpn" Enter your password for sudo, then vpn username and vpn password. Keep the ...


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ihashacks's answer with Matt's comments worked for me... almost. Had to tweak one line. my password-flag line actually read: "Xauth password-flag". The accepted answer wouldn't work for me until I changed to the following [vpn] ... Xauth password-flag=0 IPSec secret-flags=0 [vpn-secrets] Xauth password=<my pw> ## This is the one I changed. Ipsec ...


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Open your terminal and type as gedit /etc/rc.local Then add following line at ending nohup sudo modprobe nf_conntrack_pptp Then save and close your file. Restart your Ubuntu and check. Let us know if any issues.


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I had the same problem and solved it with this: Login as root or do su or sudo su. touch /etc/modules-load.d/netfilter.conf edit /etc/modules-load.d/netfilter.conf Put the following lines in the netfilter.conf: nf_nat_pptp nf_conntrack_pptp nf_conntrack_proto_gre Save file and reboot.


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refer pm-action man page: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/trusty/man8/pm-action.8.html, and refer the FILES section. Any executable script put in the directory /etc/pm/sleep.d/ will be invoked before the suspend happens. Putting a file here will require sudo.


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Thank you but there is other option? I mean that I have ubuntu studio, my friend have windows 7, and we would to play one game together and i need set up vpn connection that support ubuntu and windows too... What can I do? The hamachi is not free, when I have windows i use gameranger, but in ubuntu i cant install , there is other option?


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The VPN functionality is not currently supported on Linux. They may have plans for it in the future, however. You may use windows version of Team Viewer via wine for VPN feature. Install wine : Execute following commands in terminal. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7 Then download teamviewer ...


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Whatever protocols you have selected for negotiation on your end are being denied by the public server on the pptp vpn. You should contact the VPN provider on this one for the proper client side configurations as it's possible they changed their accepted negotiation protocols.


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The easiest way to do this is change your routing table. THIS DOES NOT SEND ONLY SSH TRAFFIC, IT SENDS ALL TRAFFIC SENT TO SSH TARGET. When you connect your Cisco VPN it probably changes the default route to go through your VPN tunnel. Try the following to get it to send all traffic except traffic destined for your ssh host out of your gateway and not the ...


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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. Have a look at this question Kerio vpn client 64 bit! should be helpful to you.


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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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