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Change routes for VPN

I need to use for some things a cisco VPN connection, but I don't want to route all my trafic over the VPN but only that traffic, that is send to a specific network. How does a script look like, that ...
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Traffic not being routed through Cisco VPN

I'm unable to use my school's VPN correctly in Linux. This is what I did: Installed a fresh x64 Kali linux (latest). Updated all current packages through apt-get Installed the required vpn ...
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VPN client for linux machine + support checkpoint gateway

Since Checkpoint Company does not have a VPN client for Linux (checkpoint VPN SNX R71 is not fit for us because this VPN required changes on the gateway side ). I'm trying to find if there is a VPN ...
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Will the Linux ( red-hat ) Open VPNC Client connect to checkpoint or nortel VPN gateways?

Site: http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/network/vpn/linux-solaris/index.xml?ID=VPNC What is open VPNC: VPNC is an open-source VPN client for Linux and other Unix systems which is compatible with the OUCS VPN ...
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pptpd dead but subsys locked? on cent os

i install point to point tunnel (PPTP) in my VPS. (Cent OS 6 64 Bit) everything fine after reboot the PPTP not worked client side. the pptpd status shows " pptpd dead but subsys locked ". how to ...
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Debian CLI torrent program through VPN

Has anyone successfully set up a CLI-only (no web UI's!) torrent client that can tunnel all of its traffic through a VPN? (Either by sending all traffic through a particular interface or a SOCKS ...
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Re-routing request and response to server behind a VPN

My situation is as follows: I have a server (A) set up with a VPN connection to a third-party server (B). I have a collection of other servers (C, D, E...) that share the same private network as my ...
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How can I translate these OpenVPN client configuration instructions to work with Fedora 20?

Here's the link to the full instructions. When I get to step 9, under the heading "9. Setup Client Config Files", it says: Now we will configure the openVPN to work as client. Remember that we ...
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Privoxy/VPN/remote proxy

On Privoxy, my current config involves this. (forwarding all requests to netshade proxy): forward / nl1.netshade.net:350 Now, I would like to use a VPN on top of this config while keeping my ...
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libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.14)(64bit)

Installed: glibc-static.x86_64 0:2.12-1.107.el6_4.4 glibc-utils.x86_64 0:2.12-1.107.el6_4.4 Dependency Installed: fontconfig.x86_64 0:2.8.0-3.el6 ...
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Why won't Linux connect to the internet through a VPN?

When using OpenVPN on Linux, I can't connect to anything on the internet. Firefox shows everything except my own router as "not found". And curl -I google.com, for example, gives curl: (6) Could not ...
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Is VNC traffic bypassing IPSec and L2TP tunnel?

I have a CentOS 6.5 server running: a tightvnc server a StrongSwan to provide IPSec VPN xl2tpd to provide L2TP/IPSec VPN The VNC clients are: RealVNC Viewer on OSX Android-vnc-viewer on Android ...
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PPTP: Allow remote clients to communicate with each other

I have a PPTP server. Clients log in to the server, but can not ping each other. The clients are at different locations. The problem is with my IPTABLES forward chain .... here is my iptables: ...
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VPN Setup Errors

I'm trying to install a VPN on one of our servers for use within my campus so that we can play some games, but I appear to be getting errors when I try to connect, as shown below. Not quite sure about ...
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What is the security impact of not using tls-remote with OpenVPN

Is it a security issue not using the tls-remote option in OpenVPN? That is not verifying the server's common name. Is a MITM attack possible? Could this be an issue, especially with services like ...