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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Squid3 Reverse Proxy - Force Cache and Suppress Version

I have been using pfSense for about 2 years now and I love it. One of my favorite features has come to be Squid2 and Squid3. Right now I am using Squid3 to run both proxy and reverse proxy. There are ...
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Poptop configured for freeradius but still authenticates through chap

I'm running Centos 6 64 bit with Poptop and radiusclient. When I connect to my poptop server this error comes up in the error log: Feb 21 14:40:42 alpha pptpd[13225]: CTRL: Client **** control ...
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Unable to connect to internet with Azure point to site VPN

I setup azure point-to-site vpn. I chose the location as Western Europe, I also used Google's DNS servers in the setup. I created a certificate, uploaded it and then connected to the VPN from my ...
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terminate tunnel with Cisco 1905

We have a Cisco 1905 router and I was wondering, if there is an option to terminate an ssh tunnel on it, i.e. that some external host would be able to establish a secure connection through a ssh ...
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https and ssh access to OpenVPN from windows

I recently installed OpenVPN on a remote CentOS 7 web server. I am able to connect to it from a local CentOS 7 devbox by typing openvpn --config /path/to/client.ovpn. Once the connection is made, I ...
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Traffic between vpn clients

Basically I need to connect several computers (A, B, C, D) located in internet to a virtual local network. All of these computers can't accept incoming connections from internet. But they need to ...
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OpenVPN: Options error: Unrecognized option or missing parameter(s)

I am trying to assign different ip address ranges to two different types of users of OpenVPN. The two user types are administrators and employees. Towards this end, I created certificates and keys ...
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Is it wise to use OpenVPN to connect remote web servers?

I have a number of remote hosted servers for various purposes--web and application servers. I effectively want a "management network" of sorts so I can simplify tasks like log collection and package ...
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VSFTP not working over VPN

I've had a FTP service running for some time using vsftp, working with passive mode with no problems. I've recently set up a VPN using openvpn, as far as I know I've configured everything correctly. ...
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How to route unknown client IPs back down their respective PPTP VPN tunnel?

I have a server that accepts VPN connections using PPTP. I'm testing the setup process for various PPTP clients and i've come across a specific issue with Android clients. Packets arrive from the ...
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Restricting access to user groups in OpenVPN

I just used the instructions in this tutorial to install OpenVPN on a CentOS 7 server. I am able to ssh and https into the remote CentOS 7 server through the VPN from a client machine. However, it ...
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No traffic routing between Cisco CSR1000v and Strongswan IPSec end points on AWS

I am trying to configure a Cisco CSR1000V on AWS to create an IPSec VPN with Strongswan 5.1.2 (on Ubuntu 14.04) on another AWS machine. I can establish the VPN from the Strongswan end and it appears ...
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Reaching Local Network which is under NAT with no public IP

I have a place called (lets say) REMOTE. REMOTE is connected to the Internet using 3G/4G Modem + Router. Unfortunately my mobile Internet provider does not give me public IP address. In REMOTE I have ...
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How to bypass OpenVPN per application

I have a linux machine that routes its whole internet traffic through an openVPN connection. It was explicitly configured to work that way. However, the machine has a few applications that should not ...
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Tunneling a PPTP VPN connection through a L2TP VPN connection

My company recently moved to a serviced office space : they provide the desks, power and internet. My company has a VPN to connect to the main head quarters that uses PPTP to connect. In the new ...
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RDP Internal Error over SSL-VPN

I have a Windows 8.1 client that connects over SSL-VPN. The SSL-VPN connects and I can see it on the firewall. You can ping the remote computer (15-60ms with occasional 300+) with an average of ...
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Windows 7 + Soniwall NSA3500 Site to site vpn

How can I configure the site-to-site VPN connection using Windows 7 on one side and Sonicwal NSA3500 on another side? I know how to configure the Sonicwall. I've basically done VPN configurations ...
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Strongswan to OpenBSD isakmpd IPSec VPN

At my end I have a StrongSwan installation, connecting to an IPSec VPN hosted by an OpenBSD box running stock isakmpd. The OpenBSD box already hosts multiple other associations, but the StrongSwan box ...
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Open VPN copying files very slow

This is my first experience with setting up a VPN. I have Open VPN running at my work network on a firewall/router that uses the PFsense admin software. I connected to the VPN from my home network ...
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What is “the meaning” of this `ip route`?

I'm slowly learning more about IP routing and the ip toolset by investigating a VPN. After I start a particular VPN client, one of the (new) routes displayed by ip route show is 128.0.0.0/1 via ...
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DNAT in Shorewall not working for VPN

I have a firewall (10.8.0.1) connected to an internal server (10.8.0.2) via VPN. On the firewall the VPN interface is called tun0. So in my shorewall configuration I have this: $ cat interfaces #ZONE ...
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ubuntu xl2tp ppp0 not properly handling the DF flag (Packet Corrupt) while sending packages > defined MTU

While trying to setup an Ubuntu Linux server as a client to an l2tp/IPSEC server, I notice inconsistencies while trying to send data. The tunnel/VPN establish the connection / handshake properly and ...
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Clarification on Tinc VPN Configuration

I've been looking at docs like the tinc manual and Arch's tinc wiki page and am still somewhat mystified as to how to configure my setup. The hosts (all Arch or Debian linux or rooted Android) to be ...
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OpenVPN server only gives username/password and client requires certificates

We have a eFive OpenVPN server which gives me a CA cert, usernames and passwords for the account. In addition, I have a RUT550 LTE router, from Teltonika, whose OpenVPN client setting allows static ...
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Deploying SSTP VPN on Windows 2012 - How to route packets to other servers?

I've finally managed to deploy an SSTP VPN between my Windows 2012 (non R2) server and Windows 7 client. It's amazing how much easier it work with a real certificate and avoiding the self-signed ...
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amazon aws ec2 setting ppp vpn server POSTROUTING eth3 failed

I use amazon aws ec2 to setting ppp pptpd vpn server. I have two interface is eth0 and eth3. And the iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -s 192.168.1.100 -j SNAT --to-source 10.0.0.233 is working ...
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Change source IP for packet incoming in VPN tunnel

The following configuration allows me to change the source IP from 192.168.0.0/24 to 172.16.0.100 when hosts going to 10.0.0.100 and it works. But I can't achieve this goal for the hosts incoming from ...
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VPN connected machines don't keep ports open

I have a Windows 2012r2 machine set up as a VPN server with 5 clients connecting (4 via PPTP and 1 via L2TP). I am using icinga2 to monitor these remote machines and am able to successfully do so ...
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Joining two networks over internet with same ip range

We have two offices in a single Windows 2003 domain and sharing same IP range (no overlapping). Every office has its Microtik router as gateway. Thing is, first office has a solid wired internet ...
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VPN tunnel from client A through relay B to server C

I need to send traffic from a client machine, A, to a VPN server, C, but through a relay host, B. All three of them have public IPv4 addresses, but for policy reasons, A must not send traffic ...
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Load Balancing VPN servers (Ubuntu)

I am trying to load balance two VPN servers, that are located quite far from one another. I am using Ubuntu with pptpd, is there anyway to load balance those two servers? So user connects pptp to ...
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Access ProxyChains thorugh local socks5 server

This question is a bit tricky but on it's basis I simply want a scenario where I can use my proxies just by connecting to 1 socks5 server from everywhere on my local network and don't have to worry ...
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VPN client acting as gateway for the rest of the LAN

To have a simple scenario, let's say we have: Office: Four computers running Debian and another computer running CentOS. HQs: A Debian running the VPN server which is located at the central HQs. ...
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Routing VPN traffic between two networks

I have recently set up a two-network bridge using OpenVPN (Connect two networks with OpenVPN) The following things work: -Pinging any Network 2 computers from Network 1 Gateway (10.0.1.9) -Pinging ...
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recover IPSec VPN preshared key

So I have set up L2TP VPN connection which uses preshared key. I remember both login and password but not preshared key. Is there any way in Windows XP/7 to recover it?
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VPN-tunnel renegotiation problems

I have an application running on top of Celery with redis as a broker. Redis is hosted at our datacenter but the workers are hosted on a separate line. We have setup two-way communcation between the ...
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Routing for NAT and site-to-site VPN with RRAS

I'm trying to set up a split-tunnel site-to-site VPN using an RRAS server that is currently doing NAT. Right now, the NAT works: all clients are assigned an IP address in the 192.168.2.0/24 range, and ...
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Nameserver delegation to private subnet

I'm currently having some problems delegating a subdomain, e.g. lan.example.com, to a nameserver in a private network. My private network is split in to subnets 192.168.0.1/24 <--- 192.168.0.1 ...
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Connect two networks with OpenVPN

I am trying to connect two networks together via OpenVPN. Gateways can ping each other, however they cannot access other computers on the network they're joining. Logs don't show any errors, and the ...
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In an OpenVPN network, Windows clients cannot access the host and other clients

I have set up an OpenVPN network and I'd like to let every client in the network be able to connect to each other, ie. servers 10.8.0.1, 10.8.0.2 and 1.8.0.3 should be able to communicate over VPN and ...
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LAN access with Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client v. 3.0.4235

Whenever I connect to a VPN server using the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client v. 3.0.4235 (probably also with other versions) I lose access to my LAN. I hope to remedy this by manually adding ...
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AWS Override VPC DHCP - Additional Option Sets for RRAS VPN Clients

I am trying to run a RRAS VPN server that pulls from a windows DHCP server running on the same box. I am finding that the AWS DHCP is getting hit first with the DHCP request and it provides invalid ...
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VPN tunnel not coming up in sonicwall firewall 3500 NSA

I have a customer who has two internet connection at two location of his office via my ISP and another ISP. THe problem is when this customer uses other ISP conenction at both ends of and makes a VPN ...
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ocserv: How to identify a connecting user?

My ocserv auth mod is certificate. I knew from the sample config file that ocserv could provide a connect-script which has REASON, USERNAME, GROUPNAME, HOSTNAME, DEVICE, IP_REAL, IP_LOCAL, IP_REMOTE ...
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VPN server with mitmproxy

I have a mitmproxy script I want to run on all incoming VPN HTTP/HTTPS traffic, however, I am not sure how to achieve this. Is there a linux VPN daemon that allows me to redirect traffic to a ...
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DirectAccess Multiple Subnet Deployment

I am looking at doing a DirectAccess rollout on AWS using a single Server 2012 R2 instance behind an edge device. My clients are mostly running Windows 7 Pro/Ultimate, but there will be some other ...
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Is there an option to connect to the VPN before logging in using the SonicWall VPN Client?

I read that there is an option in Windows XP and with the Cisco VPN client to logon to the VPN before logging into the machine; is it possible to connect to the VPN using the SonicWall VPN client ...
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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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RRAS Site-to-Site VPN Issues When Behind Edge Devices

I have two networks I would like to bridge using PPTP using Windows Server 2008 R2 on both ends. Network A is 10.150/16 subnet without DHCP available Network B is 192.168.150/24 subnet with DHCP ...
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Windows VPN Server on Amazon EC2 Instance

we are small software company. Our web/db servers were in different networks. Recently we decided to create small network on Amazon EC2 and move all those servers to EC2. I have created several ...