Re: [s] Re: problem of using network-manager-vpnc


Thanks for answer me.
In fact, in cisco vpn client, we can choose tcp and udp. Normally I think in vpnc it is the same.
If it is not the case, then just forget about this question.

For the gate, yes, I can ping it. however, I don't know how to check the routing. You means DNS setting or anything similar? I tried to use traceroute, I didn't get any answers for that

cheers, Xin

Dan Williams a écrit :
On Tue, 2008-03-18 at 15:17 +0100, Xin ZHOU wrote:

I'm new user of linux and I'm using Ubuntu 7.10.

Followed by some tutorial on internet, I've installed network-manager-vpnc and vpnc. Then I see the interface. Compare with the interface in windows, it seems that it does allow to configure the transport (ex: the protocol or the port)

But I assume that by default they are configured.

And then I start the connection. The connection succeeded, but the data is not communicated.

I don't understand why, because normally if the connection is established, there should have no problems.

What can the problem be? How can I search for the cause of the problem.
Because that there is no much behaviour our error message that I can provide.

By the way, the server side of VPN succeeded to detected my connection.
So the connection is established.

Any idea for that?

First, can you ping your VPN gateway from a terminal?  It makes me think
that your routing is getting set up incorrectly somehow.  Also, please
note that vpnc does not support the TCP connection method, only UDP.


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