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If you can’t laod your email and/or web pages get stuck when you’re connected to VPN server, that usually means you have an MTU issue. Each internet connection has a property called the Maximum Transmission Unit, or MTU. The MTU specifies the size of the largest chunk of data that can flow over that connection. Most of the time the operating systems ...


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the best free vpn in ubuntu linux is TOR to install first tor then download vadalia for it. install TOR from the site and follow the instruction https://www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en apt-get install tor vidalia is the graphical version for easiness download vidalia from site https://www.torproject.org/docs/debian-vidalia.html.en check ...


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sudo apt-get install --reinstall network-manager After running this command , I tried connecting to the vpn service, I was thankfully once again prompted for my vpn password and able to connect to the service.


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check this out maybe you should purge network manager enter link description here and reinstall the network-manager package you download, or from live cd


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try on your dns vpn box to block all ports in iptables. keep port 53 (DNS) open and the port used to connect to the vpnc open as well.


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Finnaly I've got done by myself! It took longer than I previewed but it just works... Used only Network Settings. The photos tell the history. Graphical Setup for OpenVPN in Mint 17 and/or Ubuntu 14.10


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Install openvpn: sudo apt-get install openvpn Download the config files from www.vpnbook.com In the terminal type : openvpn --config vpnbook-euro1-udp25000.ovpn Then set the port in the connection dialog in qbittorrent to 25000. That's it! It should be downloading fine through VPN. Check your IP via www.whatismyip.com and verify.


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There are two ways that the ISP can block VPN. Blocking the protocol, then no VPN will work. Blocking the IP-address or domain-name of VPN-hosting sites. Alternative 2 is most likely what they are doing. This answer Exede needs to answer. It does not make any difference if you are running Windows or Ubuntu, the VPN protocoll is the same for both.


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So as to work on internet connection sharing you'll need one computer, called the host computer, that's connected to the Internet and that has a separate connection to the other computers on your network. You'll enable ICS on the Internet connection. The other computers on your network then connect to the host computer, and from there to the Internet through ...


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The command should be osx_host$ ssh -fNL 9922:remote_server_on_vpn:22 ubuntu_vm osx_host$ ssh localhost -p 9922 Remember to end existing connections.


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Not sure about graphically, I'm not sure an easy to use GUI exists for setting this up, so here's the easiest way of doing it via the terminal. When you're in the command-line install UFW (it's easier than iptables and does the job just fine) and pptpd (the VPN server): sudo aptitude update && sudo aptitude install ufw pptpd Then allow HTTP, ...


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Adding an OpenVPN connection via the Network preferences with network-manager-openvpn-gnome installed, defaults to using UDP instead of TCP. If you want to connect via TCP, it is under the Advanced settings you can get to by clicking that button on the VPN tab of the configuration GUI.


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I know this is not the GUI method but openvpn couldn't be any more simple or elementary as far as the commandline goes and really does not need a GUI. The command to start an openvpn session is as follows: sudo openvpn --config and then drag and drop the ".ovpn" file into the terminal to complete the command so it should look something like this example: ...


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I don't think it's possible directly, because PPP is point to point protocol, i.e. allow connections between two peers only. For this to work, the distant should be configured as a gateway from your server to the far network, but you can't do that remotely through ppp. You have to set the route explicitly on both computers in another way (iproute2 or ...


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The problem may simply be that the GRE packets are not getting through. To resolve this issue, make sure the Wifi router or firewall permits GRE protocol 47 (You will want to find and enable a "PPTP passthrough" feature on your router that knows how to handle the GRE packets). In fact both port 1723 and GRE protocol shoyld be opened/enabled to establish VPN ...


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I suggest you make use of L2TP IPsec VPN package in the repos. It makes things much easier. sudo apt-get install l2tp-ipsec-vpn


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The expattelly website says: "Yes! We support PCs running any version of Windows as well as Macs and Linux" But they don't provide a guide on how to do it. Generally, if they support Macs and Android, this means that the VPN technology they are using should be configurable on Linux, you just need a little bit of knowledge on how to configure it. ...


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Yes, as they say on their website, they also support Linux. To set it up, just open the network settings, add a new VPN connection and fill in the log in credentials. But, have you ever thought about using a free VPN service rather than paying 60€s a year, for a simple VPN server hostet in the UK? You could f.e. use vpnbook. They provide free VPN servers, ...


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After running software updater, stoken has been updated to 0.8. And it looks like the VPN connection is displaying the field to load from the soft id. Hopefully I can progress now.


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Solved using Create VPN server using the Ubuntu VPS This is the only line I needed in rc.local iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 192.168.0.0/24 ! -d 192.168.0.0/24 -j SNAT --to-source XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX where XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX = the public IP of the VPS


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So my problem had to do with routing all the broadcast traffic (a design to keep bandwidth use down), so you don’t see the “here I am” broadcasts that say PCXXX is on the network. However, if you know the IP address of the PC that you want to connect to, you should be able to ping it and do whatever you need to. After I noticed that, I tried to ping the ...



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