[pptp-server] PPTPD Troubles

tmk tmk at netmagic.net
Thu Jun 3 18:32:33 CDT 1999

local ip is the ip the client will have on the "private" network(usually the
same as the linux box), remote ip is the address the client thinks it has.

what is err 629 (ie the words that go with it)

----- Original Message -----
From: Gavin M. Roy <gavinroy at nextpath.com>
To: <pptp-server at lists.schulte.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 03, 1999 4:32 PM
Subject: [pptp-server] PPTPD Troubles

> Hello, I looked through the archives, and the docs, but was unable to
> figure this out so... :)
> I am trying to get PPTPD to work as a PPTP server on my Slackware box.
> I have compiled successfully, PPP is included in my kernel, and I have
> copied the default configuration files over, and modified the IP
> addresses.  Im sorry if I am an idiot, but just to make sure what is the
> context of the localip and remoteip settings?  Is localip the ip addrs
> to assign to the vpn client?  and is remoteip the ipaddrs of allowable
> vpn clients trying to get in?
> I am getting an Error #629 in the Win98 client.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks in advance,
> Gavin
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