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network-manager-openconnect needs to be installed for this to work. sudo apt-get install network-manager-openconnect and install the dependencies too. It should then be an option.


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Patch NM-L2TP package with script #!/bin/bash CUR_PATH=$(dirname $(readlink -f $0)) TMP_PATH=/tmp/nm-l2tp mkdir ${TMP_PATH} cd ${TMP_PATH} wget https://launchpad.net/~seriy-pr/+archive/ubuntu/network-manager-l2tp/+build/6512073/+files/network-manager-l2tp_0.9.8.5-0utopic1_amd64.deb ar vx network-manager-l2tp_0.9.8.5-0utopic1_amd64.deb mkdir new tar -xpvf ...


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Same Setup here, Connection Successful, but auto-disconnects after a few seconds.


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This seems to be a known bug: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=733296 There are hints as how to work-around that in the comments, starting at comment #4


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Without knowing much about your aprtment's Internet Service Provider (ISP), as well as how your apartment's network (AN) is managed, it is hard to give a solution. Dynamic Vs Static IP addresses Three levels of difficulties First: IP address assigned by ISP For most home users ISPs provide a single dynamic IP address. This means the IP address can change ...


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Probably is the problem with libgcrypt11 Try to upgrade or rool back version of libgcrypt11. Curent version of libgcrypt11 you can see with command dpkg -s libgcrypt11


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If you just want to access your server via command line use ssh. I would suggest to use it with a private key setup. Another alternative is SoftEther as a kind of successor to OpenVPN. You can find a tutorial here.


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Here are your answers: If you need maximum security I suggest to use a VPN. I suggest OpenVPN, you can find details over here: wiki - VPN. If you don't want to use VPN you can still open your router ports to web, please consider changing port numbers (for instance don't use port 80 for http) For 'watching streams which are only available in The ...


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If you can run the VPN client on the router (or the computer which acts as a router) then you can route all (or any selected) connections through the VPN. With OpenVPN you can add redirect-gateway to the client configuration file to route all connections through the VPN, or route destination.IP destination's.mask to route connections to a given ...


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Try this Make script witch will umount sshfs drives when vpn is terminated. Make script in the folder /etc/network/if-down.d/ with execute permissions 755 # Check for specific interface if desired [ "$IFACE" != "ppp0" ] || exit 0 # Do something umount /path/drive When int ppp0 will go down command umount /path/drive will be executed Also you can make ...


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This wasn't a complete fix for me, but it got me past the error: "pptpd-logwtmp.so is for pppd version 2.4.5, this is 2.4.6" If you edit the conf file: sudo nano /etc/pptpd.conf you can disable the logwtmp option by adding a # before it. The issue appears to have been logged as a bug here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pptpd/+bug/1451419 ...


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I had the same problem, and tried the downgrade of libcrypt11 ... fresh install of 14.04.2 LTS 64-bit, and so the downgrade was not in the repository and I had to download the deb and use dpkg to install it: curl http://launchpadlibrarian.net/122471093/libgcrypt11_1.5.0-3ubuntu2.1_amd64.deb >lc.deb sudo dpkg -i lc.deb The downgrade didn't work, however ...


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You should provide the logs generated by StrongSwan server so that people may help you. Here's how you can find the logs related to your issue: Start VPN server using: sudo ipsec start Once the VPN server is running, type the following command in your terminal to see what is happening on your machine: sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog This command lets ...


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Seems it could be mitigated by updating the pptp client to version 1.8.0. Instructions is listed as follows. Download the latest client from PPTP client repository on Sourceforge Extract that archive file and read a file called INSTALL. (For convenience I have listed its contents here) Installation Instructions - Detailed install PPP, and make ...


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I had the same problem till I found this https://www.softether.org/4-docs/1-manual/3._SoftEther_VPN_Server_Manual/3.3_VPN_Server_Administration#3.3.6_Listener_Ports Instead of hitting enter the first time, enter 'yourIP':5555


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sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-0:i386 libsm6:i386 libstdc++6:i386 this will do :)


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I found a solution here. First, figure out the UUID of your VPN connection. nmcli con list | grep -i vpn The UUID is the second column with the letters, numbers and dashes. Simple solution: Add the following command to the startup application list. (Follow the above link to see how.) nmcli con up uuid <put you UUID here> Complicated/Advanced ...


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i got it to work for all whom are having this issue install webmin and go to http://doxfer.webmin.com/Webmin/Linux_Firewall and do the port forwarding setup as suggested in the website !


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PPTP user gre (Generic Routing Encapsulation) protocol. This protocol uses vpn server and send udp packets to your pc on port 47. Without this protocol pptp connection is not possible. sudo ufw allow proto udp from any to ip_address_of_vpn_server port 47 This is first step, and based on result and vpn server configuration we can discuss about mppe, chap, ...


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I guess the problem is, that the username and password are not sent via stdin! You should take a look at the python module "pexpect".


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I make some script. Try, maybe is that solution for you Create file with some name and put in nano name_of_script script #!/bin/bash function routeadd { route add -host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dev ppp0 route add -net xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/xx dev ppp0 } function makepptp { echo pty \"pptp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx --nolaunchpppd\" >> /etc/ppp/peers/vpn; echo ...


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Use this command to get full lines: systemctl -l status vpnautoconnect.service


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Well, you only installed one of a few things you need. Follow PIA's instructions for Ubuntu 12.04 to the later: Install these packages. sudo apt-get install openvpn network-manager-openvpn network-manager-openvpn-gnome Add a new OpenVPN connection. Select a host from their network page. You want to create a Password connection. I created a folder in ...


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No need to install an older kernel version. In my case, I already had an "older kernel" entry in my grub menu (3.16.0-34-generic). Just enter into the advanced menu in grub and select the older version.


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Seems like the bug is reported at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1444332 I've tried to downgrade to kernel 3.18 and it works (as a workaround). Edit: How to downgrade: Find the kernel packages at http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/ (Here I choose v3.18-vivid). For 64-bits system, download ...


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I ran into this too because regular Ubuntu works differently than Kubuntu. Kubuntu has the VPN settings in the "connection editor", which is not in the regular network settings. If you click on the current network connection (ie WiFi) in the area at the lower right corner of the desktop, then click the "wrench" icon at the top right of the popup, you will ...


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Found it. Looks like this is a Kernel bug in 3.19 kernel which is already identified and fixed. https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=90901 Hope Ubuntu pushes out the 3.19.2. (or downgrade to 3.16)



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