VPN is the acronym for Virtual Private Network - a network type that uses a the Internet to provide remote networks or single machines with secure access to their organization's network avoiding expensive leased lines.

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Cisco ASA VPN: Drop-reason: (acl-drop) Flow is denied by configured rule

During VPN reconfiguration we have met quite big issue with VPN traffic not passing to peer. Using packet-tracer we have have got following debug: Phase 1 to Phase 9 passed successfully. [...] ...
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Debugging slow Quickbooks in multi-user mode

Building 1: Main QB server with 15 users Building 2: 12 users accessing the QB server There is no sluggishness in building 1. Building 2 has issues. They can RDP to the server fine with no lag but ...
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Unable to mount network shares over VPN on Mac

I recently upgraded my server from OS X 10.7 to OS X 10.9. Since then I haven't been able to access network shares over VPN. I am using iVPN to create the VPN server (I have tried with both PPTP and ...
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Outlook cannot connect to Exchange over PPTP VPN on some PCs but not others

I have a few clients (notably only in the IS department) that aren't able to connect to Exchange 2010 with Outlook 2010 over our PPTP VPN connection, citing that Exchange is unavailable. This is true ...
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Access two web servers (VPS and Windows Server) through the same IP (PUBLIC AND VPN) using VPN

reference image: http://snag.gy/gSSM8.jpg I have two servers: a hosted VPS with a website on port 80 and a home server running windows 7. The home server is running WAMP on port 88, which works on ...
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Ubuntu OpenVPN GUI setting incorrect default routing gateway

I'm currently playing with setting up an OpenVPN Access Server in AWS. For the most part I've got everything working, except when I try to add the VPN connection to Ubuntu using the networks GUI. ...
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Debian Secure Network [on hold]

I have an industrial PC with 3 Ethernet ports (RJ45, 100 MB/s). I would like to designate one as an incoming internet connection (from the company), and the other two on a private network. The private ...
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Connecting to multiple AWS VPCs via a single VPN connection

I'm looking at locking down an existing AWS setup. At the moment, everything is within a single default VPC (test, staging, production) and all within public subnets. My plan is to seperate the 3 ...
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SothEther VPN much slower over OpenVPN than over PPTP or native client

I'm running a SoftEther VPN server (version 4.09) on a Linux machine. When I connect to it using the native SoftEther VPN Client for Windows I get very good speed (9 Mbps). PPTP is OK, too. However, ...
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Reverse DNS record can't point to Domain name but it can point to IP

I am using parallels plesk for hosting my websites, Some days ago I tried to send emails from my mail server and the mails were going to spam,So i tried spam assassin to detect whats wrong. Here is ...
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enable java app to establish http connection under network of VPN.

Some relative question http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17170980/connect-to-http-server-behind-vpn-with-java has already asked in Stack Overflow while I don't still have a solution since this should ...
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VPN client can't open some domains [on hold]

I sat up a pptp vpn on centos and I was able to connect using both Win 7 and Android. The problem is that some domains requests are not resolved from the client. for example, using Chrome browser, I ...
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How do I set up an ssh -w tunnel VPN between AWS VPC and a Linode?

I'm probably not going to use this for the long term, but I still want to know why this isn't working. I've set up a simple ssh tunnel from my Linode instance to one AWS EC2 instance within my VPC. ...
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MULTI: bad source address from client - any one-off solutions?

Setup: I have the an openvpn client/server setup (config files at bottom), and I get the infamous MULTI: bad source address from client [192.168.x.x], packet dropped message at server. The server has ...
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IP Address and VPN [closed]

I have a Windows servers based in the amazon cloud which has a public IP address for incoming connections to some software we have running on the server. If I install a VPN on the server, I know my ...
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Connect OpenWRT router, root server and roadwarrier via VPN - which vpn technology? [closed]

I want to connect a private LAN (connected over an OpenWRT router via DSL), a root server on a hoster and different roadwarrior together to one VPN. On the root server (Debian Wheezy) I´ve installed ...
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shrew soft vpn client routing to another network

I have configured Shrew soft VPN Client on Kubuntu 12.04.3 and is connecting to CISCO RV042. The CISCO router is connected to LAN 10.66.11.0/255.255.255.0 and also connects to another CISCO router at ...
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Connect Multiple Users Behind same NAT l2tp/IPsec

I have installed OpenSwan on CentOS 6, the clients connection to the server is successful and when i direct my browser to http://whatismyipaddress.com on the client it shows the public ip of the ...
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mac vpn to l2tp server running on sonicos 5.9 fails

I've been trying to get a L2TP VPN server setup on a Sonicwall TZ215. By all accounts, I believe it's setup correctly. Firewall access rules, NAT policies, are all setup to accept the L2TP ip pool ...
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How to map or translate a VPN user to domain user? [closed]

Recently,I'm trying to set up a hosting environment.The network engineer setup the VPN server in a firewall and I want to know how I could map the VPN users to domain users as I need assign a folder ...
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My iptable rules do not allow VPN connections

I have installed OpenVPN on my Archlinux server and modified my iptable rules to allow incoming traffic on port 1194 and forward it to the tun0 interface. When I disable/stop the iptables, the OpenVPN ...
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How to support Kerberos authentication on internal websites through Citrix Access Gateway

When I remote in through a citrix access gateway (using netscaler) I am unable to use kerberos tickets for authentication with apache. The browser only sends an NTLMSSP negotiate header and gives up. ...
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vpnc through openvpn failed

I should connect to a Cisco VPN server for example 95.94.66.6, it configured to accepts specified IPs so I launched a server with a registered IP on Cisco which runs an openvpn server. The scenario ...
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Connecting to a computer via remote desktop, which is connected to VPN [closed]

I want to use my home computer (a Mac with nice big thunderbolt monitor) to remote desktop into my work laptop, which is on my home network. I want to do this because the screen on my work laptop is ...
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Azure - can't link VM to site-to-site vpn

I'm experimenting with setting up an azure site-to-site vpn. I had a test server already set up and working in a subscription. The server had internet access but no vpn link. I ran through the ...
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Can't reach shared folder from VM over VPN

My network knowledge is a bit lacking so I'm looking for some help on why we can't access a shared folder. We have a Windows 8 VM on a Mac host that is sharing a folder that we want accessible from ...
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LANCOM 1781VAW disconnects any VPN connection after 1 hour. Why?

I have a small infrastructure here and we are wondering why our lancom-router (1781VAW) disconnects any vpn connection after 60 minutes. how could i troubleshoot this? is this maybe a security ...
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Branch office Connectivity issues

We have two offices. One in The Netherlands and one in India. In each office we have pretty good internet connection (~20Mbps). The major problem we face is cross office connectivity. Skype calls ...
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OpenVPN Route Client Traffic Through VPN Server Tunnel

I have configured a vps following this tutorial, the server and client are successfully connected and can ping each other, server is at 10.8.0.1 and the connected client (android-OpenVPN Connect) get ...
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Missing iptables rules for Strongswan routing for VPN for phone

I have a Centos 6.6 VPS out on the Internet that has a public IP. I have installed StrongSwan 5.1.3 to allow my BlackBerry10 phone to connect from hotspots and use the VPS' connection. The VPS' IP ...
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VPN not showing computers in network, but can use UNC path

I have recently set up a Windows Server 2008 R2 with Routing and Remote Access for VPN access to our internal network from a remote location. I am able to connect with domain credentials, and group ...
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Would UDP over VPN eliminate packet loss?

I am receiving a MPTS UDP stream from a remote location and I am experiencing packet loss. I would like to know if there's any way to eliminate this packet loss while still using the UDP protocol? I ...
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EAP-TLS Passthrough from pppd to Radius?

I am setting up an IPSec+L2TP VPN for a couple of Windows boxes connecting to a Debian 7.6 (Wheezy) machine running ipsec tools and xl2tpd/pppd. Client authentication via mschapv2 works well enough; ...
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OpenVPN: correct way to use a relative path in an OVPN file

I am attempting to connect to a service using OpenVPN. There are a number of configuration files (.OVPN) that share a single certificate (ca.crt); all are located in the same directory. ...
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Openswan and Cisco ASA

i have post this same question on "Unix & Linux" but iv got no answer and will delete from there but ill try here too. I need this as soon as possible to solve it or at least to find out what is ...
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Fortigate IPSEC VPN Issue

Have a challenging question here. We have a Fortigate 620B which we're trying to use to route some traffic over a VPN tunnel to a customer. We want the traffic to go out of our interface with one of ...
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How can I connect to a Cisco ASA5540 from Windows Server 2012 over IPSEC?

Given a windows server 2012 client (which I have under full administrator control), and an external Cisco ASA5540 router (which I don't), I'd like to connect to the router to access their internal ...
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VPN is up but cannot ping/ssh..etc

I have a VPN, configured using a host to host setup. They are : AIX using IKE (ipsec) Redhat using libreswan (ipsec) The tunnel is up, I can see that by querying from both ends. So far so good. ...
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Samba: per-user ip restriction

We have a Samba server with LDAP authentication running. User privileges are controlled by UNIX groups and ACL and everything works just nicely. In the future we will allow users to connect via VPN ...
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openvpn route traffic over vpn but through specific client gateway

I have setup openvpn with a server A and two clients with their specific client-specific file overrides. It works normally, even when I configure it to route all traffic through the VPN. Now in ...
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Ubuntu as IPSec L2TP client with NAT traversal

Goog afternoon, I have a corporate local network located behind NAT. There is another NAT in this local network for the corprorate server on Ubunit 12.04. So if clients connect to that server ...
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OS X Server VPN service starts httpd processes

I'm using OS X Server 4, and when I enable its VPN service, two httpd processes start, which locks up port 80. I run an Apache server separate from OS X Server, so when I enable VPN in OS X Server, I ...
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How Can I Give My VPN Clients Internet Access

I have been successful in setting up two OpenVPN servers as follows: Ubuntu1 (LAN IP: 172.23.6.148 WAN IP: 60.242.175.132) Ubuntu2 (LAN IP: 172.23.6.149 WAN IP: 60.242.175.133) Clients ...
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Separate L2TP/IPsec VPNs with dynamic VLAN assignment

I am working on a Linux (Debian 7) VPN concentrator for different kinds of remote access. One of the offered protocols is L2TP/IPsec because of the client availability. I am using xl2tpd which in turn ...
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IIS 7.5 on Windows 7; I Can reach “Default Web Site”, from my MAC, but none of the other hosted sites

I'm using VPN and Microsoft Remote Desktop to access my work Windows 7 VM. I need to get my Windows 7 machine to serve SAMClientDev (see screenshot), so that I can access it from my MAC, but I keep ...
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Multihomed Cisco VPN server

I am trying to configure Cisco 1841 with two external IPs to accept VPN connections on either external interface and maintain data flow through the interface on which VPN connection did happen. My ...
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Network system tray icon and control panel slowly becoming unresponsive in Windows 7 [closed]

I have to manage hundreds of VOIP PBXes, which I connect to via the Windows 7 PPTP VPN client. I've noticed that over time as I add more and more PPTP connections, the network system tray, as well as ...
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SSTP VPN via TMG - Connection failing due to root certificate not trusted by trust provider?

I'm attempting to deploy an SSTP VPN via TMG. I've created a self-signed certificate and have added it to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store on the client PC. When attempting to ...
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How to connect from different subnets to a web server through softether vpn server

I have a web server located in a private ip say 10.5.33.2/255.255.254.0. vpn server on 10.64.1.204/255.255.254.0. it has a public ip also. I have created a virtual hub inside it and also a local ...
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Don't connect to OpenVPN when on internal network

We have an OpenVPN server - it's physically running in our internal subnet. Basically the when the VPN client connects, he gets an IP from the VPN's subnet and a route to the internal subnet is pushed ...