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You would probably be OK using a client machine, however inevitably with client machines, someone is going to reboot or shut down without asking and then all your VPN users get upset. If you have an existing server machine you would be better off. Also check out OpenVPN and LogMeIn Hamachi as two good VPN softwares. Hamachi is extremenly easy to set up, ...


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PAP itself is insecure as the passwords are sent unencrypted. If you transfer it through a TLS connection, all data inside it will be encrypted. The only weak point you have is the communication between your VPN concentrator and your RADIUS server which will obfuscate data with shared secret.


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First off, I downvoted your question for being too generic. Consider investing more own research and coming back with specific questions. To get you started: You are better off creating a site-to-site VPN. All your clients at site 2 then can access your resources at site 1. Implementation largely depends on your VPN solution. If you worry about bandwidth, ...


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Yes, COMODO had a long history of not being compatible with VPNs however here is workaround: Open Comodo->Firewall->Advanced->Network security policy->Add…->Select->Running processess…->System Idle Process (or System if you don’t see System Idle Process) Now, you should be back to Application Network Access Control window. Select Add… Action: Allow ...


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I would like to recommend OpenVPN as the most suitable solution to your case. As you have only two clients to connect to the server you can obtain the OpenVPN AS and use the under the free licence quota for two clients. OpenVPN is cross platform and easily configurable and has a web UI as well


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there is many solution for vpn But i alway use Applience (software or packge ) for handle manage Vpn user and connection 1- kerio Kerio Control (previously called Kerio WinRoute Firewall and before that WinRoute Pro) is a software gateway firewall developed by Kerio Technologies (earlier known as Tiny Software). Equipped with a VPN server, integrated ...


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If it is strictly necessary for ALL your Internet traffic to go over your VPN (including your web browsing) then there are a couple of additional configurations you need to make to both the OpenVPN server and your client. Read the OpenVPN documentation here as to what is necessary. If your web browsing is to go over the OpenVPN server, you need to make ...


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Maybe you need to change the priority of your network adapters. To do this in Windows 8 you need to open the Control Panel, go to Network and Sharing Center and then click on "Change adapter settings" in the left sidebar. When that window has opened you should be able to press "Alt" on your keyboard to bring up the file menu in the top of the window. This ...


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You can do this with any number of shortcuts through a batch script. It's not really a shortcut, but it works. For the sake of simplicity, and also because I don't really know what the shortcuts are pointing to, you should keep both shortcut files and reference those directly. Store them in a directory that you won't be moving or renaming (the desktop is ...


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They can, but it's a different ISP, which is playing nicer. The user's ISP, which is throttling, does not know anything about the data that is fetched through the VPN connection. At the other end of the VPN connection, there's a different ISP between the VPN server and Netflix, which does not throttle.


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Normally all the data are sent through the VPN tunnel once it is established. You need to check with your VPN provider whether they allow split-routing and how to configure this on your PC.


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If you are looking to limit notifications, you can configure the Do Not Disturb feature which can be configured for certain times of the day. If you want to outright disable access, I would suggest setting up a proxy. To do this on the iPhone, go to Settings -> Wifi -> (click on connection) -> HTTP Proxy Many proxy applications will allow you to control ...


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I am the IT admin at my comp. The end users here with Win 7 home premium edition are unable to use the VPN features on their computer to log into our domain. They are however able to RDP into our network. So if you need complete access on the network and access to all computers and file shares, you do not want a home edition of Windows. The RDP will only ...


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Answer: You need to change the range of IPs that your VPN server is assigning to your remote clients. The range of IPs you have selected conflict with consumer grade (home/soho) routers - they normally assign DHCP clients the same range of IPs that your VPN server is assigning (192.168.0.x). As a result, your clients are sending requests destined for your ...


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Try this workaround: Disconnect VPN Open command prompt as admin Run route add 192.x.x.0 mask 255.x.x.x 192.x.x.x /p reconnect the VPN and try again.


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There is a quick solution to this problem: Vigin Media upgraded broadband connection in August 2012. Please follow these steps to unblock VPN connection: Type 192.168.0.1 in Your Web-browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer). Enter Username/Password (If you have never seen this try: "admin" as username and "changeme" as ...


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I managed the solution, I did not have to install neither vpnc nor openvpn nor pptp. I had to install openconnect. Then, the process is similar to others, add the VPN in the connection editor but selecting openconnect instead of the other ones. If I do this, I am only asked for gateway, username and password, so the data I was given is enough.


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OpenVN is in general a protocol name, yet there are 2 famous clients (from the same company?) starting with OpenVPN: OpenVPN UI OpenVPN Connect If you are using OpenVPN UI client (highly recommended), please consult this guide for setup.


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To the best of my knowledge, the last used profile gets copied into preferences.xml in your default profile location = C:\Users\AppData\Local\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client (for Windows 7). However, all used profiles should be copied into the location C:\ProgramData\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile (for Windows 7). If ...


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If you want to route ALL traffic from your LAN through VPN, it is easier than routing selected network traffic. Be aware, that VPN is not VPN, means not all VPN clients can connect with all VPN servers. For example CiscoVPN is not compatible with OpenVPN. Depending on your VPN server, you need the VPN client. If you use OpenVPN server, you could use a ...


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There are professional VPN-appliances such as Cisco-ASA, they can establish VPN connections and make them available on separate LAN segment.


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Your question doesn't appear to make sense. The whole purpose of a VPN is the encryption it offers when you don't trust the network you are on. You said you want to take your LAN traffic (I'd HOPE you trust your own LAN) and then encrypt it at the client and send it encrypted to your router where it decrypts and then goes out unencrypted over the internet? ...


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The apparently misleading error The AnyConnect package on the secure gateway could not be located... means AnyConnect does in fact use the certificate, which you wanted it to use. If your goal is to have the VPN connection work as expected, this is not a problem with proper installation of your certificate for AnyConnect to use. How to make the VPN ...


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Those adapters come with Cyberghost VPN. First you must be sure that you delete Cyberghost completely from your computer, then go to Network and Sharing Center or device manager and disable those adapters. You can easily remove them from device manger and just restart to have it take affect.


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I figured it out. You need to have the setting set to something similar to Server Administrator (not Hub Administrator) when you first setup the server. self answer


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The only way to use your workplace's static IP is to connect to a VPN inside your workplace network, which would have to be configured in such a way to forward the traffic through the IP address which was whitelisted. There are many ways you could achieve this, but you should try to get your workplace's network admin to set it up for you.


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At login Network logon button will appear in the lower right corner next to the power button. Click this button and you will be presented with buttons for available network connections. Click on the button for your VPN. Enter your Username and Password, and click the arrow button (or press Enter). You will need three files available from Windows Server 2003 ...


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Yes. You need to make sure the VPN connection has been created first, and make it possible for all users to use the connection. You do not need to store the credentials. Now, once the computer is connected to a domain, an additional icon will appear on the login screen on the bottom right which will allow anyone to login using a VPN connection.


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I also had this issue for a client, and noticed they also had a Netgear router. We replaced an old SOHO SonicWALL with a TZ 105, and ever since then they couldn't connect. Disabling SPI Firewall under WAN Settings worked perfectly!


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Based on your clarification you are really over complicating things. All you need to do is install a VPN host software somewhere on the network (it could be the one built in to windows server on your domain controller or it be a different server running windows built in one or a 3rd party software). Once you have the VPN host installed you just need to set ...


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You can install and configure the vpn gateway RAS on the windows server itself and start using your existing network. Change the policy/rule in your router to redirect all your vpn traffic to the windows server's vpn agent. You can use the exiting 192.168.0.0/24 network for this to work. vpn will be used mostly for supporting remote workers to work on local ...


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I ran into this issue myself. So far, I've only gotten it so I can ping VPN machines from LAN. I did this by using a similar configuration to you except I set the VPN zone's Forward to ACCEPT instead of REJECT. Setting the LAN zone's Forward to ACCEPT doesn't change anything for me. As a side note, you have two wan zones in your config file which are ...


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If you can log in with the local administrator account, you can then set a VPN connection to be able to be used by all users. This then enables it to be connected from the login screen so you can contact your DC. You'll have to create a new VPN connection as an existing one can't be changed to a shared one. To set up a shared one: Open the Network and ...


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Sorry nothing you can do I'm afraid its one of the downsides to client VPN, hardware VPN such as a device in the network that connects to the hardware VPN in the office would work but not client/software based VPN. Effectively once you log in once Windows caches the credentials and then it does not have to contact the DC each time. I think the 'pre-login' ...


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The log output and the fact that the tun device is showing up in ifconfig suggests that the openvpn daemon is indeed running. Can you see it in the process list if you run: ps aux | grep openvpn The service start command, are you running that as sudo/root? If not, it may be attempting to adjust routing tables or control the tun device, and it doesn't have ...


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The scripts are run with "run-parts" - see man page: run-parts runs a number of scripts or programs found in a single directory directory. Filenames should consist entirely of upper and lower case letters, digits, underscores, and hyphens. Subdirectories of directory and files with other names will be silently ignored.


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I opened terminal and I tried to "ping" the website and I get no response at all but I get a response back from another website thats hosted on the same IP. Ping is only by IP, so it should not be a difference which hostname for the same IP you use. Which gives the only explanations that either your hostname cannot be resolved at all (which would also ...


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By default, the NAB adapter simply works for me, without Cisco AnyConnect running. But DNS lookup failed when Cisco AnyConnect is running, this is due to a critical bug in Ubuntu 12.10+, "bug 1048783: network name lookups broken in NAT network adaptors". See more details at, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/virtualbox/+bug/1048783 To workaround ...


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The differences are quite simple. I will take HTTP as an example. Every time you open a website, your browser sends a request to the corresponding server, say example.com and "requests" the website you want to view, requests an image or any other resource. When using a proxy server, your browser sends that request to that proxy server which in turn ...


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Probably the routes on the win 7 that are not set. if you open a terminal and type in netstat -r, you should see if there is a route to your internal network through the vpn connection. If not, you need to set it. Could be that the vpn client isn't configured correctly or is unable to set the route. command to set the route is : route -n add -net <your ...


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The routing table you displayed clearly does not route all traffic through the VPN, as shown by the very first line. In its present configuration, all it does is allow the client to have access to the LAN. The command to route all client traffic through the OpenVPN, including all traffic to third parties (i.e., not the VPN server's LAN) is push ...


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Firmware actual v.3 2.3 Just in case, these are the rules that need to be configured on the PCs running Windows 7. I found a Microsoft forum explanation on how to do so (remember that you need an inbound and an outbound rule): Here is a quote on allowing this on the PC: "Control Panel --> System and security --> Windows Firewall --> Advanced settings --> ...


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For others looking into this issue: We've had the same problem with some computers with some external networks. My work laptop doesn't connect to the VPN from home, but it can connect using a Verizon MiFi or other networks. I recently discovered that in my home Netgear WAN settings, if I check the "Disable SPI Firewall" option, then I can connect to the ...


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The VPN you setup must have been automatically configured as your default route to the internet. If you are using Windows executing route print on the Command Prompt will display your routing table. For Linux the command will be route -n. The gateway value on the lines whose destination is 0.0.0.0 shows you the device and network through which your ...


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My understanding is that if you try to access any IP address that is outside your own subnet it then tries to get routed through a default gateway. Essentially correct. You use the default gateway if you don't have a more specific route to the destination. The default gateway is the "catch all" and should point to the router that provides you with ...


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When you initiate a VPN connection the client software on the server establishes the secure connection, grants the remote user access to the internal network and—bing, bang, boom!


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Win 8.1 I seem to have an icon in the system tray, looks like a monitor with a wire running up it's left hand side. Hovering the mouse pointer on this Icon shows "Network Internet Access" Click on it. Brings up on the right hand side a purple region (sorry don't know it's name) which shows your internet connection icon and your VPN icon. Click once to ...


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You should be able to create your sniffer VM with a single NIC connected to the same internal network IPFire1 and IPFire2. Just make sure the promiscuous mode is set to "Allow All" and you should be able to pickup all the traffic. See: [vbox-dev] How should "promiscuous mode" work ? Promiscuous Mode - Allow VMs vs Allow All?


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Probably the easiest way to do this is to use bridged networking and you separate the networks by subnetting. For example: Ubuntu1: 192.168.100.x/24 (LAN) IPFire1: 192.168.110.x/24 (WAN) / 192.168.100.x/24 (LAN) IPFire2: 192.168.120.x/24 (WAN) / 192.168.200.x/24 (LAN) Ubuntu2: 192.168.200.x/24 (LAN) IPFire3: 192.168.110.x/24 (LAN1) / 192.168.120.x/24 ...


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I've been dealing with this for whole day and finally found resolution. Here is how: First issue: I couldnt connect to internet after I established my VPN . Resolution: I have disabled/unchecked "Use default gateway" checkbox on TCP IPv4 properties (VPN Connection Settings => Network => Internet protocol (TCP/IPv4) => properties => Advanced => Use default ...



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