Re: vpnc plugin
- From: Greg Oliver <oliver greg gmail com>
- To: Dan Williams <dcbw redhat com>
- Cc: networkmanager-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: vpnc plugin
- Date: Tue, 18 May 2010 06:35:22 -0500
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 12:04 AM, Dan Williams <dcbw redhat com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-05-17 at 12:36 -0500, Greg Oliver wrote:
>> Well, I found the config files in gconf finally. I forgot they were
>> "mixed" in with non-vpn connections. The IPs are all stored in
>> decimal though.. Does anyone know if it is possible to change, and if
>> so what type of string do I need to set the entry to to point the
>> gateway to tun0?
> This isn't going to work since the IP address/prefix/gw triplet has to
> be numeric. At some point we'll switch them over to just strings
> (there's a patch to do that already) but that's not going to help you
> much since it still won't take an interface. Nobody should ever have to
> enter an interface name anywhere, especially since the interface won't
> always be tun0.
> I'm 99% certain the routes list does *not* require a gateway, in fact I
> just tested that and it shouldn't need one. What exactly happens when
> you just don't enter a gateway in the Routes... dialog?
Well, you can bump that to 100%
I would have never thought to try that, but it works like a charm.
After I read the wiki and that pointed me to the code which was all
uint on those fields, I was deflated. Thanks a bunch - I just spent
my morning removing all of my gateways in my .gconf subdirectory and
it is great.
>> > Anyone know of a workaround for this where I can just add a route like so:
>> > route add -net 10.37.250.0/23 gw tun0
>> > either from the gui, or like I said even the config file for the
>> > connection so it is applied when the connection goes live?
>> > Thanks
>> > -Greg
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