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In Git, locations in the form of [user@]server:path are interpreted as SSH addresses (and the 'clone' tool literally runs ssh [user@]server in the background). By default, SSH connects to port 22/tcp, which is the standard SSH port. Git does not change this, and BitBucket's SSH service likewise expects connections on the standard port 22/tcp. However, ...


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I would have loved to reply directly to Ryan, but I couldn't ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Based on his answer, I did a little powershell helper script. It can setup the registry key, restart the WireGuard Manager Service, and of course, setup the default route (and one more!) You'll find it here (with a configuration exemple) : https://gist.github.com/webtroter/...


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If the devices don't have a public IP address (and assuming you don't have special support from your telco), you cant do this directly. You will need an intermediary device with a public - ideally static IP. There are a few ways to do this. Likely the easiest way is to get both devices set up as VPN clients and use a service that can provide each client ...


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This is possible, and depending on your resources and budget there are many ways of achieving it. I would argue one of the easiest ways would (if you don't already have one) be to get an ethernet router capable of running dd-wrt or similar and setting this up as an OpenVPN server. You would either replace your existing router with this one, or set this ...


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Specify your own custom Phone Book File is one option I use and it works very well. Custom Config File is easy and simple. rasdial entryname [username [password|*]] [/domain:<domain>] [/phone:<phonenumber>] [/callback:<callbacknumber>] [/phonebook:<phonebookfile>] [/PrefixSuffix] See: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-...


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It's not entirely clear from your problem description but I'm going to assume that your server is behind a consumer-grade router of some kind which provides your home with Internet access. These devices are usually NATs (in case of IPv4) and firewalls (in case of IPv6) which prevents you to access the inner devices directly. Also from the config, it's not ...


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This turned out to be an issue with the Promira SW. The Total Phase engineers quickly turned around a fix for this.


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The Archer is an off-the-shelf SoHo Wi-Fi router. From the description it appears IP address 192.168.1.38 is applied to its WAN port. The WAN port is intended to be connected directly to the internet through the ISP:s router. Consequently the access to the management interface through the WAN port is by default disabled for security reasons. Otherwise if the ...


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Triggering scripts / programs based on the Network Connect -events is described in https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/trigger-launch-program-script-connecting-to-specific-network/. These events are logged in Event Viewer \-> Applications and Services Logs \-> Microsoft \-> Windows \-&...


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There's now an easier solution for linux that wasn't around at the time that many of these answers were written, but it's definitely worth putting here. It's a program called Vopono. It works by creating temporary network namespaces on your PC for a specific command to run through. Once the program finishes running, it will get rid of the namespace. It ...


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thank you for your help. I reached out to them and they told me what I needed to do. I had to setup a subnet router in my work machine. The documentation is misleading in that it tells you that you can only setup a subnet on linux, but I was curious and I look at the CLI and the option was there. The specific command you have to run is tailscale up --...


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I don't know if this did the trick but.... On the VPN Server Instead of making a custom rule, Windows Firewall had a profile for "File and Printer Sharing (ICMPv4)", I allowed that through the firewall. Also, for "Network Discovery (UPnP-In)" I allowed that through the firewall and added "Internet" to the Scope. Restarted the PC,...


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It sounds like you successfully created your VPN connection. I would disable firewalls on both devices first and see if that helps. First you will want to make sure the default rule was enabled to begin with. When that still fails it's usually because a connection profile gets set to public when the default firewall rule wants it to be set to private (or ...


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I got a confirmation from an OpenVPN Inc. representative in the OpenVPN Forum. OpenVPN Connect client by OpenVPN Inc. does not currently provide similar command-line functionality to the OpenVPN Community client. I.e. fully scripted connectivity w/o user intervention is currently only available with the Community client.


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These may not be the best options, but I just wanted to add that you may also consider installing a vpn client app and connecting to the email on your phone. That way you can have the company email on your phone and the rest on your laptop (essentially emulating having two machines, each with their own separate vpn client). I believe you could also run a ...


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I suspect the problem might not be with different ports in general, but with you trying to use PPTP as your VPN protocol specifically. PPTP doesn't just run over a TCP connection – that's only the control channel. The PPTP data channel uses a separate GRE tunnel, so the NAT needs to make special accomodations for VPN connections going through (just like it ...


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You use the external port, actually you don't need to know the internal port. The router or VPN will automatically redirect to the internal port. 192.168.1.40:23458


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Refer to this video for the solution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOG-UlXNmDw Things to do: Make sure that the VPN Server's IP assignment is within the DHCP Pool. I was using from 2.2.2.1 when I should have used from 192.168.1.1 (eg 192.168.1.50 to 192.168.1.59) Allow UDP 1723 in the Inbound rules of Windows Firewall Also in the Inbound Rules, the Public ...


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You probably have AllowedIPs = 0.0.0.0/0 in your client conf. Instead you should have only the VPN IP of the server and the subnet ID of its LAN subnet. Say it's 192.168.123.0/24, then it should be: AllowedIPs = 10.50.0.1, 192.168.123.0/24 P.S. The AllowedIPs= in your pasted server conf is fine.


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The entry in your OpenVPN configuration file that's responsible for handling the default routing is this one redirect-gateway def1 It tells the OpenVPN client to redirect all traffic through the OpenVPN gateway. If you want to control which routes are sent through the OpenVPN tunnel the keyword is route. It can be repeated multiple times, once per subnet. ...


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Running a vpn from your desktop means that all network packets get routed via the vpn. If you want to access the local network you need to implicitly allow local network access from within the vpn software. setting a route within windows won't work as the vpn is handling the data packets to the network. in wireguard this is easy, you can edit the tunnel and ...


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