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comment Centralized data for small office
This scenario still doesn't prevent users from storing local data. What is the requirement again? The users must only store centralised data? What is the typical type of data you're talking about? Office documents? Images? ...
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
Wonderful! Thank you!
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
1) Yes as mentioned in the OP. 2) All clients (Linux servers and Windows clients) are on the same range which is 10.0.0.0/24.
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
Thanks for your response. Applied to no avail which makes sense as if the problem was in forwarding, Windows clients shouldn't have been reachable as well while they are.
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
Oops! My mistake! It didn't work :-S I added the rule to client iptables and it's still the same.
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
Thanks a lot! Works like a charm!
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
Thanks but I don't get the iptables part. Do you mean I should add that FORWARD rule on the server or on Linux clients?
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comment PPTP: Linux clients unreachable
@lupincho net.ipv4.icmp_echo_ignore_all = 0 As you may have guessed my main goal is to able to reach some services (like httpd or Tomcat) running on Linux box across the VPN. So the ping problem just denotes that the Linux boxes are not reachable at all.
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comment Single-user, multiple-computer versioning system
@user001 To be honest, I just put my files in the cloud because then I can reach them from anywhere. Also if you have the time, as Adrian put it, you can have your own server.