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Route with IP tables from OpenVPN network port 80 to 8080 iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8080


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Just to make it clear: I forgot the "!" (exclamation mark). That's explain everything. #!/bin/bash


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I can't provide a complete answer. On my RPi2 prosody runs quite fine. I am using a sqlite file and auth mechanism 'internal_hashed' to store the jids. With at most 20 users, I noticed only neglectable load. The provided tool for creating selfsigned certs creates certs, that do not work with pidgin atm. Also a typo in the default config regarding the path to ...


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It's a very common issue when Avast is uninstalled to have your PC left in shatters. In many cases (google this), people are left with systems that won't boot at all. The best thing I can suggest is to use a tool like Revo Uninstaller to uninstall it. It's very good at finding the files and settings left behind after an installation. With Revo Uninstaller, ...


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A subnet mask is required, the proper command would be: ip route add 10.0.0.1/32 dev ppp5 ip route add 172.217.26.36/32 via 10.0.0.1 dev ppp5 Source


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Are you trying to remote desktop to the server over Internet? Windows Remote Desktop will only work on local network, which means both RDP client and server need be on same local network. To access Remote Desktop over the Internet, we’ll need to use a VPN to connect these two different networks. So the Windows Remote Desktop will work and act like on the ...


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Are you using the built-in VPN or a third party VPN? Is it available to access other websites? If you are using a third party VPN, please ensure you have got Windows 10 compatible version. We could try to reinstall it to have a troubleshoot. If you are using the built-in VPN, please ensure other machines use the same VPN could connect to the website and ...


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Your question does not really provide enough information. If your network can't reach the wider Internet then you can't use a VPN. If it can, and you are using private addresses then it is has to be using NAT or a proxy. If your stuff is using such a locked down proxy you should be speaking to the system administrator as you will get into trouble if ...


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Since I don't think there is enough info here to definitively resolve this, this answer is more of a list of things to try which will either resolve it or provide more info. I'm also not sure why is marked as an active question, but I had already written out most of my response when I noticed it was 1.5 years old. ovpn file The link to the config (.ovpn) ...


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An OpenVPN connection when at least one between client and server does not have a static IP address presents the following problem: if either one changes address during the course of the connection, this will be dropped. There is however a standard way (see this OpenVPN official wiki page) to prompt automatically client and/or server to force a ...


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OpenVPN requires that one system is configured as the server and the other is configured as the client. Clients connect to the server. So you would have the server instance running on your production server with the static IP, and the client instance running on your home server with the dynamic IP. Your client's IP doesn't matter as it will initiate the ...


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There's an easier way, if you can host a VM (with the OS and environment of your choice) on the computer with the VPN software. (Instructions below cater to VMWare Player). In short: Connect to the VPN on the host. Bridge the host's vpn adapter to the relevant VM network adapter a. This was VMnet0 in my case. b. I recommend using vmnetcfg.exe to do ...


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I was able to solve this by following instructions at http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/237460/ssh-into-a-server-which-is-connected-to-a-vpn-service, to run ip rule add table 128 from <public-ip> ip route add table 128 to <public ip subnet> dev eth0 ip route add table 128 default via <gateway> where the information was from ...


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There are a few possibilities - unfortunately, the number of hops is irrelevant. The first is compression - if the data you were downloading is uncompressed, and your VPN offers compression then this could explain it - however most files transferred are likely to be compressed, so this is not as likely as it would seem at first blush. The second and third ...


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We could boot in safe mode, the built-in administrator account will be enabled in safe mode. Then we will be able to reset the local account's password from computer management.


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This is kind of confusing to me but I assume you are trying to go out to the internet from your home. I would plug in a system directly to the modem (the modem should offer some sort of DHCP service). And try to ping 8.8.8.8 (google DNS). If that fails or times out then it's either your modem or the line from you to your ISP. I would do this from a Linux ...


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Microsoft has a range of tools and resources when it comes to Office 365. Ports and Protocols are listed in the support site. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Office-365-URLs-and-IP-address-ranges-8548a211-3fe7-47cb-abb1-355ea5aa88a2?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US Readiness tool: ...


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The solution for me was to use the SoftEther VPN Client for Windows and enable SecureNAT on the VPN server. With this configuration no "port forwarding" needs to be enabled on the server.


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The Public IP will change as it is Dynamic, However the Internal IP will remain same after restarting. You can create Point to site VPN and use Internal IP to Communicate to server https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/documentation/articles/vpn-gateway-howto-point-to-site-rm-ps/ All the best Let me know if this work :)


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I solved a similar problem when trying to connect via RDP from my Windows 10 home PC to my office PC using putty.exe as a port forwarding mechanism via a Linux gateway machine (similar to using a VPN), I got the same error message and realized the mistake I was making. I was using a command line in the putty.exe shortcut similar to this: "C:\Program ...


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Your server needs to be connected to both networks or "Subnets" Plug in a network cable from each network into your server, In the network settings for the 192.168.0.23 network, delete it's default gateway(assuming it is statically assigned) http://www.macworld.com/article/2027960/configuring-your-macs-network-settings.html All this does is it allows you ...


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Try this. Have your Computer wired to the internet port on your router. Computer > WAN port or Internet port on router. Have the 3G USB dongle on the computer. Bridge the connection with your 3G USB dongle and your ethernet card. 1. Go to Network Connections. 2. Hold Cntrl and Select the Network Adapters you want to Bridge. 3. Right Click and Select ...


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To list avaible connection (AP) using nmcli type : nmcli device wifi list To get the list of all the available network configurations: nmcli connection


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VPN Access: You can control the operating system without any issues but cannot perform any physical operations or you cannot make it join the physical network as you cannot connect the Ethernet cable. You can restart but not shutdown --> power on. Physical Access: You can connect any cable to the laptop and access the resource as you are physical to the ...


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It looks to me as if you are confusing port forwarding through ssh (-R switch) with port forwarding provided by VPN. I do not know PIA at all. If the PIA client says that FPort is forwarded to your computer's port 22, then my guess is: ssh -p FPort user@PublicVPNIP


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The problem is that your server has comp-lzo adaptive in the config, but the client does not have compression enabled at all. So the client is sending uncompressed packets, while the server is expecting a compression header. Add comp-lzo to your client config file (adaptive is the default mode for comp-lzo, so you can omit that).


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When you're connected to a VPN, your ISP can only tell that you're connected to a VPN server, nothing more. If you're using a public VPN service, they can probably figure out which one you're using. If you are using a private VPN server, they can still tell you're connected to a VPN by gauging the amount of encrypted packets being transferred from your ...


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The VPN is advertising that IP addresses 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0.127 can be reached through it (second last line of first route list) - This IP range overlaps with your ethernet range of 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.0.254 (last line). Because the VPN route is more specific it is preferred, and causing you problems. There are a few ways you can fix this problem, ...


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(I wrote the expanded version of this function that drains the NETLINK data, following Sasha Pachev's awesome detective work finding what function to intercept. I'm glad to see people have found the code useful.) From the other thread I see someone used "nm" to find that there is an analogous callback handler for OSX, and you're trying to create a suitable ...


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Your general application architechure (Access with Linked Tables) is probably flawed for this purpose. It can probably be fixed (mostly) but not without some revision. The key issue is, that when Access is the front end, Access itself determines whether it can submit the entire query for processing by SQLServer, and often comes to the conclusion that it ...


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Okay solved this once i got a better understanding of how VPN works (thanks to the OpenVPN forum)! In short, when i was connecting to the PIA VPN client on the Mac Pro the Mac would get a virtual subnet and IP (10.x.x.x) as opposed to the IP address allocated via the routers DHCP and subnet (192.168.x.x etc). So i had to put a route in on the Mac Pro which ...


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If you have configured to query dns servers on local eth0 network, it's possible. Check /etc/resolv.conf, traffic is routed through default gateway to everywhere except for the local network.


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Came across this little neat tech. It's a simple remote power adapter with gsm module inside. You can call on it to toggle power, as well as send commands via sms. Also has memory for 5 numbers, so it's secure enough. It's roughly $20 and does exactly what is needed. Ideal to reboot frozen router. If you want to safely shut down your server/pc, just ...


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To be able to route all internet bound traffic through your VPN tunnel, you will need to change the default route to go through that VPN interface, which in your case is "10.8.0.5 dev tun0". To do this you will need to type a command like this ip route add default via 10.8.0.5 There may be some oddities with two default routes, and I am unsure as to the ...


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You may create WiFi access point via third party applications, alike Connectify: With Connectify Hotspot, you can transform your PC into a real WiFi hotspot, and share your computer’s Internet connection as Wi-Fi with any other PC or mobile device. For example, together with Witopia VPN it will support tethering/sharing of VPN connection, configured on ...


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I had the same problem with ShrewSoft VPN on Windows 8.1 x64. It wasn't connecting - it was only reaching to: local id configured remote id configured pre-shared key configured bringing up tunnel ... and that's all. After some time it was disconnecting for timeout. What I did was: uninstall ShrewSoft the usual way, then remove the leftovers found ...


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I think that as long as you maintain VPN connection between A & B you should be able to connect using ssh proxy magic. Looks like this shall work for you: foo@C:~ $ ssh -o ProxyCommand="ssh -W %h:%p <B>" <A> This can be achieved also without VPN by maintaining permanent ssh connection from A to B with remote port forwarding foo@A:~ $ ssh ...


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Start at the end: A VPN places the client computer on the host's network, or at least one of them. Once you're connected to a VPN, you're on the host's internal network and no longer have to worry about the network configuration; all services should just work as usual. Even when placing VPNers on a DMZ, the DMZ should be all configured to handle inbound ...


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I believe it is another solution: Open System configuration, then Network. Please take a look to the list of connection you may have at your left side column. Be sure that VPN connection appears on top. If not, you may have to change clicking beside the +- configuration button. Find the VPN connection and drug to the top. Click Accept and try again to ...


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You cant. That is why a VPN is used. So people can keep Anonymous online. Virtual Private Network. Privacy is key. If the User did not care they wouldn't be using a VPN. or It may be how the corporate network is being used. So the user has no choice but to use the ip the company has assigned them. Their is an issue with WEBRTC located in Web Browsers that ...


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I gave up with getting policy-based routing to work. Instead, I ended up using network namespaces to accomplish my goal. A good guide to get started can be found here https://schnouki.net/posts/2014/12/12/openvpn-for-a-single-application-on-linux/ Special thanks to MariusMatutiae for all the help!



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