Jul 14 08:32:24 josem-laptop pppd: Using interface ppp0 Jul 14 08:32:24 josem-laptop pppd: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/pts/2 Jul 14 08:32:24 josem-laptop pppd: Modem hangup Jul 14 08:32:24 josem-laptop pppd: Connection terminated. Jul 9 16:29:04 josem-laptop NetworkManager:
blazed Просмотр профиля 17.12.2009, 11:24 Сообщение #5 Группа: Пользователи Сообщений: 144 Регистрация: 24.2.2009 Пользователь №: 40 392 Цитата(Tehnik @ 17.12.2009, 08:11) Слышал что в линуксе можно сделать так, чтобы объеденить скорость For reference, I think the default contents of that file are (minus all the comments):said by /etc/ppp/options.pptp :locknoauthrefuse-eaprefuse-chaprefuse-mschapnobsdcompnodeflateThen, as root, you'd attempt to connect with the following command:pppd call pptp_vpnThis may In your case, "ip route" > showed you the following default route: default via > 10.4.5.1 dev eth0 Therefore to delete this route the full command > is: ip route delete After searching all the relevant threads on LinuxQuestions.org and this forum, what I have done is: - ran "netconfig" an chose DHCP as my type of network connection. - downloaded SlackBuilds http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r20764742-ubuntu-vpn
Thanks You Again New Email names for you! Perhaps it would be better if you remove the --start flag, then start the tunnel using pppd: # pppd call VPN_Network You can see an example of that in these instructions: It is only necessary to kill pppd, the associated pptp process will be killed by pppd.
But every time I want to connect to Internet I have to invoke the following command: $ pptpsetup --create VPN_Network --server 172.16.2.13 --encrypt --start \ --username my_username --password my_password is this delete the current default route (as shown by "ip route"), I cannot delete the current default route. immediately. Registered Office: Iveco House, Station Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 1DL.
You might like to ask your Linux distribution developers to consider including the feature. To delete the default route, add "ip route delete" to the > default route line that "ip route" shows you. Please don't fill out this field. If not what should I do to fix it?
I was leaving it up to jm8 to get and use the appropriate values. · actions · 2008-Jul-14 12:56 pm · jm8join:2003-09-21Graceville, FL
The easiest way to achieve this is to use the pppd option "usepeerdns". http://www.linux.org.ru/forum/admin/5472149 Currently I cannot access it, if I was on windows I also would not be able to access it unless I made a change on the vpn connection. I know nothing about FreeBSD organisation. So this time I ran " sudo pppd call pptp_vpn".
As you noted this type of configuration severely hinders speeds for Internet access. · actions · 2008-Jul-15 11:58 am · jm8join:2003-09-21Graceville, FL
I have discussed this problem in LinuxQuestions.org before, but as I couldn't fix the problem I decided to ask for help here. You have no route to instruct the kernel to use it, except for contact to host of IP 188.8.131.52 > $ ping http://www.google.com > ping: unknown host http://www.google.com Check /etc/resolv.conf to Get the Email name you've always wanted on the new @ymail and @rocketmail. his comment is here In your case, "ip route" > showed you the following default route: default via > 10.4.5.1 dev eth0 Therefore to delete this route the full command > is: ip route delete
Jul 14 08:32:24 josem-laptop pppd: Using interface ppp0 Jul 14 08:32:24 josem-laptop pppd: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/pts/2 Jul 14 08:32:24 josem-laptop pptp: anon log[main:pptp.c:267]: The synchronous pptp option is NOT activated See man pppd. See man pppd and scroll to > updetach to find out what it does.
Capture the packets exchanged also for further analysis. Ask your distribution packager to fix this. /bin/ip is in different locations according to the policies of various distributions. All Rights Reserved. Now you can @ymail.com and @rocketmail.com.
are you using usepeerdns option? See why Intel Parallel Studio got high marks during beta. e.g. /etc/ppp/ip-up can use > $DNS1 and $DNS2 variables if usepeerdns is specified. weblink See the interfaces(5) manpage or # /usr/share/doc/ifupdown/examples for more information.
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