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I have a problem with my network-manager in Ubuntu 10.10.

When I dial one of my VPN connections, my other VPN connections be disabled and I can't use them!

I tried to restart network-manager and gnome-panel, but it does't seem to solve this problem.

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you need to plan your routing carefully if you are to use 2 vpn connection at one time. usually connection to one vpn means that it will be set as a default gateway.

please explain more on your configuration and let us help.

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This is a limitation of PPTP Passthrough. What you are actually describing is VPN passthrough where the router allows outbound VPN connections. The reason only one connection is allowed is explained in this article called Multiple VPN Connections – Why It Isn’t Possible. It's a good read!

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