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How to Setup a VPN (PPTP) Server on Debian Linux Jun 09, 2015 PPTP VPN on Slackware How-to - This document describes how to set up a Point-to-Point tunneling protocol (PPTP) VPN server (and client) using Slackware Linux [] and PoPToP []. PPTP - a Microsoft protocol - may not be the most advanced protocol for setting up VPN… How to setup PPTP on Kali Linux - PureVPN Help

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FreeBSD PPTP Client: Install and Create a VPN - nixCraft Dec 01, 2012 linux - PPTP VPN in CentOS 7 - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange

If you are going to be using the firewall as a PPTP server with PoPToP, or a PPTP client using the Linux PPTP client software, you must not enable PPTP masquerade. VPN masquerade and a VPN client or server using the same protocols cannot at this time coexist on the same computer. Your firewall can, however, be a FreeS/WAN IPsec VPN gateway

Linux VPN Masquerade HOWTO: Troubleshooting Routing: verify that the default route on your VPN client is pointing at the Linux masquerade box. Run the route print command and look for an entry. If other masqueraded services (such as HTTP, FTP, IRC, etc.) work from your VPN client system then this probably is not the problem. Masquerading: there are two parts to the VPN session. How to Setup a VPN Client on Linux | Full Configuration Feb 07, 2020 Linux VPN Masquerade HOWTO: Background Knowledge Yes. However, your VPN client must be able to forward IP traffic. This means that you'll either have to use a Linux VPN client or a MS NT VPN client. The IP stack in W'95 and W'98 does not support IP forwarding. NT Workstation will work for this, and is less expensive than NT Server if you're only using it to route encrypted traffic. How to Connect to a VPN Automatically on Linux - Make Tech