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I have a similar problem. My Ubuntu desktop is on a VPN and my normal SSH connection doesn't work from outside the home network. Something I did just think of, though. Do you still have the ports forwarded to that computer? The VPN assigns a new IP address from the VPN site so the router can no longer find that IP address to connect to. I would assume ...


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Options to prevent an application to run while VPN is running There are several options to prevent running an application when VPN is running: Combine the command to open VPN with the command to kill the application Run a small background script to kill the application if VPN runs Although the first option seems to be the cleanest, there are a few ...


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client.crt and client.key are files required to connect your VPN. The tutorial you link to describes how to download them (search the page for client.crt).


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Follow this tutorial For the server part make sure you are using the Ubuntu server with the static ipv4 address. If digital ocean's is having problems then try replacing their .conf contents with the one down below. mode server port 1134 proto tcp6-server dev tap ca ca.crt cert server.crt key server.key dh dh1024.pem server 192.168.5.0 255.255.255.0 ...


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Because you have no software installed for VPN. If you need Cisco Open Connect you can use ... sudo apt-get install network-manager-openconnect-gnome There are more packages all depending on a specific VPN or on a group of VPNs (that use the same method). 4 (well 2: openvpn and vpnc where 1 of each is for gnome) of them listed by Thomas in comment ... ...


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I think you overwrote /usr/sbin/openvpn (the openvpn binary). Can you show me the output of: # file /usr/sbin/openvpn


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root@heisenberg:~# service ipsec status IPsec running - pluto pid: 1092 pluto pid 1092 1 tunnels up root@heisenberg:~# ipsec auto status ipsec auto: warning: obsolete command syntax used 000 using kernel interface: netkey 000 interface lo/lo ::1 000 interface lo/lo 127.0.0.1 000 interface lo/lo 127.0.0.1 000 interface eth0/eth0 104.131.13.155 000 ...


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I use the route command to add a static route to a specific host or network: # route add -host <destination IP address> gw <gateway IP address> # route add <destination IP address> gw <gateway IP address>


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See the "Getting Help" section of the OpenConnect web site at http://www.infradead.org/openconnect/mail.html


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Well, as of Ubuntu version OTA-9, that the BQ Aquaris E5 Ubuntu Edition now has, there is finally VPN. It should work with nordvpn as they have OpenVPN. It is not super-easy to configure though... ...here is what you will need to do: VPN is now supported on Ubuntu Touch via NetworkManager but there is no official GUI yet to configure it. Fortunatly Pete ...


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sudo update-rc.d openvpn disable Or edit the config file in /etc/default/openvpn sudo nano /etc/default/openvpn And uncomment the line: #AUTOSTART="none" So it looks like: AUTOSTART="none" Then you'll have to run: sudo service openvpn start < vpn-name > to manually start the VPN. sudo service openvpn stop < vpn-name > to manually ...


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Edit your .ovpn file and put your tcp connection line under connection tag and define all needy_proxy there. <connection> remote vpn_ip_here vpn_port tcp http-proxy y.y.y.y 8080 (replaced actual IP here) http-proxy-retry </connection>


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I don't yet have the entire stream from my Ubuntu laptop to connect to my work PC by way of Cisco AnyConnect. I do have the VPN working, as when I enable the VPN connection I'm told that I'm connected. What I'm working on is getting a VNC (Remmina) to actually connect with the remote Win7 PC. My work network has the two-password bit enabled. I'm able to ...


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Had the same problem. Here is how I solved it: Change the network type of Guest System to be "Host Only" Make the default gateway of Guest point to Host's ip ifconfig vboxnet0 to find it. Last step is routing the packets coming from vboxnet0 into your VPN. If you route all traffic through VPN: iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 192.168.5.0/24 ! -d ...


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PPTP VPN Run this command to install the needed packages: sudo apt-get install ppp pptpd Configure the ip range: sudo nano /etc/pptpd.conf Add these lines: localip 10.89.64.1 remoteip 10.89.64.100-150 Server is set up to use IP 10.89.64.1 and distributing the IP range 10.89.64.100 to 10.89.64.150 to PPTP clients. Change these as you wish as long ...


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There are multiple ways to do this, but perhaps one of the most documented ways is to use OpenVPN: https://help.ubuntu.com/14.04/serverguide/openvpn.html Also read this guide: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-an-openvpn-server-on-ubuntu-14-04


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My working configuration Linux host ifconfig: vboxnet0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 0a:ee:27:00:09:00 inet addr:192.168.137.100 Bcast:192.168.137.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::800:27ff:fe00:0/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 ...


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Take a look in that list. Some examples: PRIVATE INTERNET ACCESS TORGUARD IPVANISH SLICKVPN IVPN PRIVATEVPN PRQ EXPRESSVPN MULLVAD BOLEHVPN NORDVPN TORRENTPRIVACY PROXY.SH HIDEIPVPN BTGuard OCTANEVPN SMART DNS PROXY and so on... You can easily use it with a gui interface as network-manager-openvpn, network-manager-pptp or network-manager-vpnc. ...


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Your problem is likely occurring due to the following rule: -A FORWARD -i "$EXTIF" -o "$INTIF" -m conntrack --ctstate ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT This is only accepting RELATED or ESTABLISHED connections passing into the tun0 (external) interface and out of the p4p1 (internal) interface, so when outside connections attempt to connect to your ...


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The new (systemd-)variant to get the logs is journalctl -u NetworkManager.service


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The last line of your log file is this: Dec 4 07:11:19 user-pc NetworkManager[821]: <info> Policy set 'tun0' (tun0) as default for IPv4 routing and DNS What this means is that your tun0, or VPN, interface is being used as the default route for your Internet connections. If the OpenVPN server isn't configured to allow your VPN network to access the ...


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Here's a pretty sweet project that scripts away the OpenVPN pain: https://github.com/Nyr/openvpn-install Just run it and it will install open vpn and configure it. At the end it will pop out a client.ovpn file that you can use to setup you client. Seems to work pretty well.


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root:sudo should be used instead. The admin group has been replaced by the sudo group some years back (it must have started with Precise in 2012). Up until Ubuntu 11.10, administrator access using the sudo tool was granted via the "admin" Unix group. In Ubuntu 12.04, administrator access will be granted via the "sudo" group. This makes Ubuntu more ...


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Look in services.msc, I'm assuming that one of the Shrewsoft services isn't running. Should have two or 2 of them(shrewsoft IKE Daemon, Shrewsoft IPSEC Daemon, and Shrewsoft DNS Daemon). You may not have the last one.


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fail log: VPN connection 'Astrill' failed to connect: 'couldn't look up PPTP VPN gateway IP address 'gsg.astrill.net' (-2) solution: http://astrill.9ichuangyi.cn/astrill-vpn-all-servers-list.html you need add gateway from the up link address



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