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I found out that even when not connected to the vpn, may /etc/resolf.conf contained the server address of my work (the X.X.X.X in the question). Actually it contained it twice, and when the client is connected, then there are 3 of those. I guess vpnclient happened to left those lines when some bug occurred. So I deleted those line, to keep only: # Dynamic ...


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You need to declare the PATH variable in your scripts, afterwards it will work. At the top of the files (both the crontab and the script that's going to be executed): SHELL=/bin/sh PATH=/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin


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Prepare a 64-bit Linux Machine Remember, the role must NOT be configured to use Junos Pulse, only Network Connect. Works on 14.04 LTS 64 bit. The following steps allow Host Checker to install and run in 64 bit and Network Connect to install and run in 32 bit. Using a terminal session, make java directory for both 32 and 64 bit environments: a. sudo ...


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Although this is more of a workaround, logging out and back in worked for me. There is a bug located here that talks about a related issue that may be the cause.


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I was having the same issue with Ubuntu/Linux Mint and I found it was related to my wireless driver. See if you have a realtek card with lspci 02:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8188EE Wireless Network Adapter (rev 01) If followed these steps to fix: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic linux-headers-$(uname -r) ...


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I just confirm the problem on ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Add that if you launch the vpn manually with the following command it works at least for me: sudo vpnc --domain "" --local-port 0 --enable-1des mypcffile


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I finally found it! It was hidden in the kernel parameters. Mark packets was just not working, but with a new Kernel option in the kernel 3.16+ make it works: sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_fwmark_accept=1 http://themediaserver.com/bypass-vpn-connections-via-specifics-ports/ Thanks!


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I had problems even after following instructions (the network connect client will just crash). I was looking into the logs and found that the sh script to launch NC.jar required xterm. The solution is to install xterm for people with my problem: sudo apt-get install xterm I am using webupd8team's java oracle 8 as the default and manually installed ...


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Some other program is probably using port 424 as mentioned here, https://github.com/madscientist/msjnc/issues/14 Crashplan is one such program that uses that port. To find out the program using port you can use, sudo netstat -tulpn |grep 4242 tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:4242 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 7490/java 7490 is the Process ID ...


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This might help: http://serverfault.com/questions/391914/is-there-a-way-to-use-a-specific-dns-for-a-specific-domain I did the following: $ cat /etc/NetworkManager/dnsmasq.d/dnsmasq.conf server=/dev/10.4.4.37 log-queries strict-order This is twofold, one to obey the order the nameservers come in from DNS, since our admins have decided to send both ...


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By default, when an OpenVPN client is active, only network traffic to and from the OpenVPN server site will pass over the VPN. General web browsing, for example, will be accomplished with direct connections that bypass the VPN. Add the following directive to the server configuration file: push "redirect-gateway def1" If your VPN setup is over a wireless ...


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There's some gaps that I can't fill in for you related to how to get NetworkManager to coordinate things for you. I'll try though to clarify how the things it coordinates need to work. Not a perfect answer, but hopefully useful. Actually, given that this is an old question, this is really for posterity. You probably don't want to use the corporate VPN, ...


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Default Route You'll need to change your default route. If you type route in a terminal, you'll see where packets will be sent, based upon their destination address. By default, your VPN will only set up a route to route traffic on a specific subnet over the VPN. You can set this gateway to be your default gateway, if that's what you want to do: sudo ...


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I had encountered the same problem - dialog was disabled. The solution that worked for me was: Installing network-manager-gnome: sudo apt-get install network-manager-gnome Starting network-manager: sudo start network-manager (In case it is already running might need to stop it and then start again) After that I tried to create new vpn connection as ...


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This was probably identified as confirmed bug. See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager-openvpn/+bug/738849


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Openvpn was installed. You can use the auto remove suggestion to clean up files you don't need that were also installed. Also if you can't find an icon for it in your programs list you can always run it down the command line.


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What you can try doing is open /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf and comment out line dns=dnsmasq. Save and sudo service network-manager restart or reboot. This basically is a line that tells Network Manager to use dnsmasq plug-in; commenting-out prevents Network Manager from using it. Referring to this post from Unix Stackexchange and this one ...


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I had a similar problem with a boxpn account. In my case, I realized that the downloaded config files were interpreted by openvpn as a VPNC, although my account only allows PPTP. Not sure why this happened. I recreated the config through the network manager, manually entering account and gateway information, and it's all good now.


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The ideal set-up for your design would be: The server connected to its own router with its own IP addressing scheme (E.g. 192.168.2.x/24), the clients connected to their own router using a different IP addressing scheme (E.g. 192.168.3.x/24) and then both routers connected to a tertiary router which connects to the Internet (E.g. 192.168.1.x/24). Depending ...


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This is a bug in 14.04, see: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pptpd/+bug/1296835 Just check out the pptpd process with ps aux | grep pptpd, the status target of service pptpd just misleads you, and misleads everybody.


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just hit control c in the terminal you just started openvpn


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I was able to connect to my institution's VPN by installing OpenConnect. Then in terminal I did the following: cd /directory/with/xml/profilesudo openconnect -x XMLProfileOfMyInstitution.xml VPNAddressOfMyInstitution.edu I then followed the prompts in terminal and connected with no issue.



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