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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Can't connect VPN tunnel when other on same NAT-router is connected

We have recently changed our FW to a ZyWall 310 with drastically improved throughput over the old one. However there is a new problem that occurred, we have several L2TP/IPSec clients that connect to ...
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How can I prevent OpenVPN from clobbering local route?

I have a local network on 192.168.1.0 with netmask 255.255.255.0. When I connect to a VPN though OpenVPN (as a client), it pushes a route for 192.168.1.0 that clobbers the existing one, making my ...
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VPN PPTPD with MPPE Support for Debian or Ubuntu

Having an unencrypted vpn connection from a windows client to linux is pretty easy by using pptpd. When I was looking for an solution for encrypted (per MPPE) connection, I found a lot of information ...
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Squid traffic tunneled through VPN

So what I'm trying to do is have a Squid Proxy run on 1 machine along side a VPN connection. What I want to happen is all traffic running though the Squad Proxy would run though the VPN for its ...
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Why can I not connect vpn with Windows 8 and Cisco VPN?

I've installed Cisco VPN Client to connect with remote desktop but it doesn't work. When I try to connect with Remote Desktop I get this error: "Cant connect with remote server...." If I try with ...
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iLO and server through same external IP [closed]

I have a HP ProLiant server which supports iLO. Also I have some services running on that server. Now, I only have one external IP address available, initially I wanted to use that IP address for a ...
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Set up a VPN inside my VPC. Why can I not connect to other hosts on the VPC?

Note: there is a similar quiestion here, but I do not understand the answer. I have just set up a VPN server using OpenVPN on an EC2 host inside my VPC. I've configured the VPN to tunnel all of my ...
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Can I automatically ROUTE ADD xxxx after i make a VPN connection in Windows 7?

after I make a VPN connection to my work/whatever, I currently have to go into the command prompt and manually add a route. eg. ROUTE ADD 10.1.0.0 255.255.0.0 172.16.3.0 METRIC 1 or whatever the ...
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How to add persistent route for VPN when interface # varies?

In Windows, I can add a persistent route for an IP using the interface number of my VPN connection. However, when I reconnect to the VPN later, the interface number changes, which means the route I ...
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How to add persistent route for 2 VPN connections when interface # varies?

I need to configure split tunnelling with persistent routes for 2 VPN connections on the same computer as the user needs to connect to 2 different corporate servers at the same time. I have a problem ...
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Can't connect to VNC server via OpenVPN

I've got the problem with connecting via VNC to remote computer. Connection goes through OpenVPN and I'm routing 5900 port to localhost.. ssh -p(port) -L5900:vpn adress of machine:5900 ...
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Using “Assign Static IP Addresses” from Active Directory for some of Linux VPN (pptpd) clients [closed]

I have a linux box wich act as VPN server (at this moment I use CentOS 7, pptpd, samba4 and Windows Active Directory). For some users I need a static IP and sometimes setup a static routes for VPN ...
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What method can I use to manage hundreds of VPNs/Remote Connections to servers outside my network?

Problem We support hundreds of clients and have access to many of their servers via VPN/RDP (SSL VPN, Cisco VPN, MS VPN, etc.). The other kicker to this is we have to be able to let support employees ...
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Site to Site VPN one-way traffic Azure <-> Cisco ASA

We have a site-to-site static routing VPN (classic VPN, not ARM) attempting to connect to a remote Cisco ASA 5555 (a supported VPN device). The on-premise network can successfully initiate the tunnel ...
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app runs much slower on VPN [closed]

I have an app that accesses the internal network at work. I can run it from home via VPN but when I do, it runs much slower. I suspect that it is getting timeouts caused by the firewall and somehow ...
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Windows 8.1 VPN error 800 when connecting to Mikrotik VPN router

After creating a new VPN connection on a Windows 8.1 machine, to a VPN server (using Mikrotik router), the connection times out and an error no 800 is displayed.
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Gateway gets stripped from DHCP Reply through OpenVPN tunnel

I have a bridged OpenVPN setup. This is my server config: port 1194 proto udp dev tap0 ca /etc/openvpn/easy-rsa/keys/ca.crt cert /etc/openvpn/easy-rsa/keys/server.crt key ...
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L2TP over IPSec VPN (OpenSwan, CentOS 6) unable to connect via iPhone (iOS 5.1) and Android (JellyBean)

I have successfully installed L2TP over IPsec VPN (PSK) using OpenSwan 2.6.38 running on CentOS. Connect DOES WORK perfectly from Windows 8. But doesn't work AT ALL from iPhone 4 (ios 5.1) or ...
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Help with OpenVPN setup on Windows Server 2003

Just wondering if someone can assist me further with the set-up of OpenVPN on my Windows Server 2003. I have configured Win Server as per the following guide: http://tinyurl.com/kxusv and I'm now at ...
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VPN client blocked through squid server

I have a computer running debian between the local network and the load balancer who connects to the internet. Everything is fine, that computer has a Squid running inside, BUT we have a problem with ...
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How do I use OpenVPN as an appliance in Azure to access protected resources?

I've been successful in creating a Virtual Network, adding subnets and security groups to different levels of our infrastructure, and installing OpenVPN on a VM and establishing a connection to it ...
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Sonicwall DHCP timeout after AWS VPN tunnel

I have just setup an AWS VPC with a hardware VPN tunnel to our datacenter via a Sonicwall NSA 4600. Everything is working fine with the VPN between Amazon and our datacenter, but the DHCP has stopped ...
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Azure VPN Keeps Dropping Connection And Won't Come Back Up

I have a site-to-site network setup in Azure to allow my servers in Azure connect to some local resources. The gateway is setup with static routing (policy based). If the connection is inactive for ...
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Combine multiple root server to private network

we have a 4 root (dedicated) servers (no virtual servers/vservers, full hardware servers with asus mainboards and 6 real Intel cores) running Debian hosted by another company and standing in their ...
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Pppd upstart script

I am creating an upstart conf to manage different VPN connections. The problem is that if the pppd daemon dies, initctl still think it is start/running. This is my current vpn.conf description "VPN ...
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VPN Connection Causes Internal LAN Connection Loss with Server

I've tried configuring basic PPTP VPN at my small business using a number of different tutorials. As far as I can tell, the actual VPN connection worked fine, but upon connecting a client, the Server ...
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Persistent static route stops working after VPN drops and reconnects

I've got a VPN between two networks, one home and one office (A and B). Their subnets are: (A) 192.168.1.0 and (B) 192.168.0.0 The two networks have identical ADSL routers. Unfortunately these can ...
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Define marathon services listening interface

I have a mesos install with 3 VPS. I use a virtual private network for internal networking. Everytime marathon starts and bind a service to a new port, it binds it to 0.0.0.0. No matter if I had a ...
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pfSense - Site to Site OpenVPN

I have two pfSense 2.1 servers running with LANs of 192.168.0.0/24 and 192.168.10.0/24. The pfSense servers are 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.10.1 I just configured an OpenVPN site to site tunnel, that ...
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Facing issues in setting up VPN connection(IKEv1) using iphone (Defult Cisco VPN client) and Strongswan 4.5.0 server

I am facing issues in setting up VPN connection(IKEv1) using iPhone (Defult Cisco VPN client) and Strongswan 4.5.0 server. The Strongswan server is running on Ubuntu Linux, which is connected to some ...
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PPTPD-server split tunnel

Normally the client has to set up the VPN connection to be a split tunnel (not routing internet traffic trough the tunnel, but still have access to local resources), but is this possible to define on ...
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Windows 10, Cisco VPN and Forti SSL VPN [migrated]

When I connect both to Fortinet SSL VPN and to Cisco VPN at the same time, I cannot use network provided by Forticlient (i.e. my PC cant see remote hosts, ping timeouts). Cisco VPN network works fine ...
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PPTP with restrictive access to local network for connecting clients

How can I restrict access to my local network for VPN-clients connecting to a VPN-server (PPTPD) located on my network? I would like clients to be able to connect to my linux node running a VPN ...
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Cisco vpn connect failure [closed]

I am trying to connect through Cisco Anyconnect secure mobility client to my office vpn site but getting this error: The IPsec VPN connection was terminated due to an authentication failure or ...
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Microsoft SSTP VPN returning HTTP 503

So I have finally set up my certificates correctly and such, so I'm trying to connect to my VPN. The Windows client is giving me an error with the code "0x800704D4". I looked into it and was told to ...
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How do I know if an openVPN tunnel is established?

How do you know if a Site to site VPN tunnel is established in OpenVPN? Apart from pinging the other side, is there a command or something that shows the status of the tunnel? I am using centos on ...
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How to make sshfs + VPN + git a tolerable working environment?

Currently the code base for the project I am working on is remotely on a company server. and it has to stay like that. also the remote git repository cannot be made public. My current setup is: ...
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Reverse proxy redirect traffic ssl “ex: openvpn”

With netscaler, I can redirect all traffic SSL to specific host which depending their subdomains. Example: +-------------+ ...
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Connect to local DNS over VPN

I have setup on Digitalocean droplet with a Bind9 DNS to local ip and VPN with PPTP to public ip. When I am at server via SSH nslookup example.local results in: Server: 10.131.2.72 Address: ...
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VPN is working, except for DNS lookups. Firewall (Cisco ASA 5505) issue?

I've got the following set up: LAN -> DHCP / DNS / VPN server (OSX 10.6) -> Cisco ASA 5505 -> WAN Connecting to the LAN via VPN works fine. I get all the details properly and I can ping ...
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Forcing IP fragmentation and reassembly for some traffic thru a VPN tunnel

Is there a way to force IP packet fragmentation before they go into tun0 and then force reassemble them on the other side of tun device? I have some IPSec traffic that I can not control, and it wants ...
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How am I able to let my 2 PC over internet see one another as if they are on the same network segment? [closed]

How am I able to let my 2 PC over internet see one another as if they are on the same network segment?
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Unable to RDP to Windows Server 2012 via VPN connection

Using a VPN connection I am able to RDP to all of my servers other than the Windows 2012 servers. When on the local network I was successfully able to connect to them. I saw a post that seemed to ...
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Cannot RDP into Windows 7 over VPN

The exact scenario where it fails: I am unable to RDP into any Windows 7 or 2008 R2 servers within a certain subnet, while connected to the network via VPN. Windows 7 Client connected through the ...
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Setting up Cisco ASA VPN to use both radius and local users

I've got a Cisco ASA setup with L2TP/IPSec VPN, all is working well except for one minor issue. Ideally, I'd like to be able to log on to the VPN using either that RADIUS server users or the local ...
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RDP over VPN doesn't come from the right IP over AWS

I have the following setup: local workstation -> proxy server -> Internet -> AWS -> Windows Server (VPN and RDP roles) The local proxy server has the ip: 1.2.3.4 My AWS Windows server ...
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GKE pod connecting via VPN?

I have a GKE cluster with a handful of nodes and I would like pods in this cluster to be able to connect to remote hosts on a private network that can be reached via a site-to-site VPN provided by ...
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What would cause inconsistent SSL failure over Cisco ASA VPN

Over the weekend I completed the installation and testing of a Cisco ASA 5512 to replace our old router/firewall. Today, I've been wrestling with an issue of browsers inconsistently failing to connect ...
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VPN Access to a Synology NAS Behind a Firewall

I have a box that I want access to from outside the office (Synology NAS). I don't need access to the rest of the subnet, just that box. For the moment it's to use a git repo, but some day maybe file ...
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VPN Between Checkpoint R75.20 and AWS VPC

I have been trying for a long time now to configure a site-to-site VPN connection between Amazon and a Checkpoint R75.20 (previously i tried with Azure) unsuccessfully. I have tried everything and ...