[pptp-server] ppp remote user

Scott M. Stone sstone at taos.com
Fri May 5 12:36:06 CDT 2000

On Fri, 5 May 2000, Michael Barsalou wrote:

> This probably won't work, but what about reversing how you 
> connect B to C?  Have C be the client and B be the server.
> That way all routing takes place on B and B will know both A and 
> C's addresses?
> Mike
> Dear
> Thank you for your helping me.I understand you, but I
> want to mean that :
>  -----		-------			 ------	
> |  A |----------|  B  |------------------| C  |			
>  -----	PPP	-------		pptp	 ------ 
> And these are things I've done :
> _ I establish a ppp connection from A to B
> _ After that I make a pptp connection manually from B
> (pptp linux-Client) to C (PoPToP linux Server)
> _ After that I can't ping from C to A
> _ If i do manually : route add -net <address A> gw
> <Address B> at C(PoPToP Server) : I can ping to Remote
> host A
> _ My question is how to ping from C to A automatically
> because We don't know the dynamic address of the
> remote host A (Is assgined by B), so I can't add to
> ip-up.local scripts.
> If you have time , Please help me.
> Thank you very much.

point a static route on C for the entire subnet containing the dynamic
address pool over to B.  Make sure B is running proxyarp on the ppp

Scott M. Stone, CCNA <sstone at taos.com>
UNIX Systems and Network Engineer
Taos - The SysAdmin Company 

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