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Is it possible to use Teamvewer's VPN on Ubuntu?

If so, how it could be done, I wonder?

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No, the VPN functionality is not currently supported on Linux. They may have plans for it in the future, however.

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Of course.

Download their Linux client from the web site (it runs with WINE) and Setup Unattended Access...

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it's already installed. And as I understand "Unattended Access" is switched on, because I can connect to my Ubuntu machine from other machines. But items of "Extrax -> VPN ->" menu are disabled (I can't "start", "stop", "status..."). Am I correct at my understanding of switched on "Unattended Access", or I should perform some special actions to really switch it on? – Milkywayfarer Mar 18 '11 at 23:38
Linux VPN is not possible. I just talked to Mr. Böhme of Teamviewer about that. – Daniel Jul 23 '13 at 8:23

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