[pptp-server] Help Please
steve at netwaynetworks.com.au
Sun May 5 08:21:39 CDT 2002
You need to turn on ip forwarding on your Linux box, then include an
ipchains/iptables rule on your Linux box to forward the traffic on.
I would use:
/sbin/ipchains -A forward -b -s 10.0.0.2/32 -d 0.0.0.0/0 -j ACCEPT
-b = bidirectional, I do it out of habit
-s = source (i.e. the vpn laptop)
-d = destination. The example is to send it to everybody
that is if your Linux box is the default gateway of your other boxes, or
they remember a route to your laptop. Otherwise they will not know how to
send traffic back to your laptop. If that is the case, change ACCEPT to
MASQ whichwill masquerade your traffic.
From: Al Saenz [mailto:asaenz at Found-Tech.com]
Sent: Saturday, 4 May 2002 4:12 AM
To: 'pptp-server at lists.schulte.org'
Subject: [pptp-server] Help Please
I have successfully connected to my poptop server using a windows 2000
I have no firewall in the path nor NAT. This is in a lab environment.
After establishing a connection with the VPN server I can ping my (laptop)
i/f address and the virtual i/f address of the VPN server I cannot ping any
ip address on its internal i/f.
The range of ipaddress issued from the vpn server are on the same network as
the internal i/f on the server. I also have the same netmask setup in my
options file and I have proxyarp in that same file.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
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