Getting Linux PPTP-Client working with MS VPN server

Getting Linux PPTP-Client working with MS VPN server

Post by worl » Sat, 03 Nov 2001 16:14:38



Hello,

I get a connection, but no IP and it hangs up.

If you don't mind giving me some clues.....  I followed online hints
on the secrets file and everything else.
(http://poptop.lineo.com/setup_pptp_client.html)

I am using Mandrake 8.1 (latest) and pppd v 2.4.0, pptp-client 1.0.3.

Here is some output from my ppp log:

Nov  2 01:53:42 tomc-inspiron pptp[3892]:
log[pptp_dispatch_ctrl_packet:pptp_ctrl.c:548]: Client connectio
n established.
Nov  2 01:53:43 tomc-inspiron pptp[3892]:
log[pptp_dispatch_ctrl_packet:pptp_ctrl.c:655]: Outgoing call es
tablished (call ID 0, peer's call ID 999).
Nov  2 01:53:43 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: pppd 2.4.0 started by root,
uid 0
Nov  2 01:53:43 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: using channel 2
Nov  2 01:53:43 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: Using interface ppp0
Nov  2 01:53:43 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: Connect: ppp0 <-->
/dev/pts/2
Nov  2 01:53:44 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1
<asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0x92ffc3f> <pcomp

Quote:> <accomp>]

Nov  2 01:54:11 tomc-inspiron last message repeated 9 times
Nov  2 01:54:14 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: LCP: timeout sending
Config-Requests
Nov  2 01:58:42 tomc-inspiron pptp[3892]:
log[pptp_conn_close:pptp_ctrl.c:285]: Closing PPTP connection
Nov  2 01:58:42 tomc-inspiron pptp[3892]:
log[call_callback:pptp_callmgr.c:88]: Closing connection
Nov  2 01:58:42 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: Hangup (SIGHUP)
Nov  2 01:58:42 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: Modem hangup
Nov  2 01:58:42 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: Connection terminated.
Nov  2 01:58:43 tomc-inspiron pppd[3895]: Exit.

++++++++++++++++++++

I notice that even though this thing causes a ppp0 connection to come
up, there is never an IP address assigned to this interface, and it
eventually hangs up.

Does anyone know how to get a PPTP cleint working with Linux??

Regards,

Tom

 
 
 

1. Linux as PPTP Server for MS PPTP Clients?

We are evaluating Linux to supplement/replace our NT servers. At present
we use Microsoft PPTP to allow remote NT clients to access our office
network via our Internet connection.  My question is: Is there a
combination of NT client software and Linux server software to allow
VPN/PPTP type connections? In my search of Linux HOW-TOs, etc. I have
come across Linux-to-Linux VPN connections and even a Linux client for
MS PPTP ( http://www.pdos.lcs.mit.edu/~cananian/Projects/PPTP/) but no
Linux PPTP servers for MS clients. Ideally we would like a Linux daemon
that would work with the standard NT client.

Any suggested solutions?

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