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MS$ NT > Linux Firewall > Internet > MS$ NT PPTP Server

Post by Admi » Tue, 02 May 2000 04:00:00



Please excuse the <seemingly> newbie question, but I have an issue.  I
would like the ability to manage my corporate network from home via PPTP
rather than 28.8k PPP.  I have a cable modem at home, with a Linux
router / firewall.  I'm unable to establish a PPTP connection through
the Linux box.  Below are the specs:

Linux Box:
    PII233 96MB RAM
    RH Linux 6.0, kernel 2.2.14
    IPCHAINS

NT Box:
    NT4 Wks SP5
    NIC / Modem
    PPTP client

I can connect via PPTP in any environment not including my Linux box,
and according to the documentation at the IP Masquerading Resource,
there's a kernel patch.  Unfortunately, I have had no luck finding the
patch for a 2.2.14 kernel.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Nathan Underwood

http://www.utcm.com

 
 
 

MS$ NT > Linux Firewall > Internet > MS$ NT PPTP Server

Post by Steve Cowle » Tue, 02 May 2000 04:00:00



> Please excuse the <seemingly> newbie question, but I have an issue.  I
> would like the ability to manage my corporate network from home via PPTP
> rather than 28.8k PPP.  I have a cable modem at home, with a Linux
> router / firewall.  I'm unable to establish a PPTP connection through
> the Linux box.  Below are the specs:

> Linux Box:
>     PII233 96MB RAM
>     RH Linux 6.0, kernel 2.2.14
>     IPCHAINS

> NT Box:
>     NT4 Wks SP5
>     NIC / Modem
>     PPTP client

> I can connect via PPTP in any environment not including my Linux box,
> and according to the documentation at the IP Masquerading Resource,
> there's a kernel patch.  Unfortunately, I have had no luck finding the
> patch for a 2.2.14 kernel.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

> Regards,

> Nathan Underwood

> http://www.utcm.com

You can find the pptp patch for 2.2.14 at
http://www.wolfenet.com/~jhardin/ip_masq_vpn.html

Steve Cowles

 
 
 

MS$ NT > Linux Firewall > Internet > MS$ NT PPTP Server

Post by Tom East » Tue, 02 May 2000 04:00:00



>Please excuse the <seemingly> newbie question, but I have an issue.  I
>would like the ability to manage my corporate network from home via PPTP
>rather than 28.8k PPP.  I have a cable modem at home, with a Linux
>router / firewall.  I'm unable to establish a PPTP connection through
>the Linux box.  Below are the specs:

>Linux Box:
>    PII233 96MB RAM
>    RH Linux 6.0, kernel 2.2.14
>    IPCHAINS

>NT Box:
>    NT4 Wks SP5
>    NIC / Modem
>    PPTP client

>I can connect via PPTP in any environment not including my Linux box,
>and according to the documentation at the IP Masquerading Resource,
>there's a kernel patch.  Unfortunately, I have had no luck finding the
>patch for a 2.2.14 kernel.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.wolfenet.com/~jhardin/ip_masq_vpn.html

-Tom
--
Tom Eastep             \  Eastep's First Principle of Computing:
ICQ #60745924           \  "Any sane computer will tell you how it

Shoreline, Washington USA \___________________________________________

 
 
 

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