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    Unhappy Configure Vpn connection

    Hi, I have a small problem and need help to configure the VPN connection.
    Followed these steps to configure
    In Terminal, install openvpn packages with apt-get install network-manager-openvpn.
    Restart the network manager with restart network-manager
    Run wget -O /etc/openvpn/ca.crt
    Open the Network Manager on the menu bar.
    Choose add and select the OpenVPN connection type, and click Add.
    Enter VPN SSL for the Connection Name.
    Enter for the Gateway
    Select Password and enter your login credentials.
    Browse and select the CA Certificat we saved
    Choose Advanced and enable LZO Compression.
    Apply and exit.
    Connect using the Network Manager.
    but I can not connect or come out in this connection wicd network manager

    Some other way to configure my VPN connection or some other client?
    Any help will be welcomed and appreciated. I have read everything I could, I checked the forums, including 4 and backtrack backtrack 3 but I can not configure or start the VPN connection.

    Even I have considered changing as the network manager in gnome ubuntu Festy .... but are the ideas of despair, so I turn to the question and the new theme.
    Thank you very much and great job all the new bt5.

    Thanks 4 help me.

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    Default Re: Config VPN whit OpenVPN

    Does your config work on other Linux distributions like 'normal' Ubuntu?
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    "If you aim the gun at your foot and pull the trigger, it's
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    Default Re: Config VPN whit OpenVPN


    As soon as you have openvpn installed on your machine, you can connect to your OpenVPN AS with no problem. You however, have to download the "locked profile" from your AS, once you have it on your computer issue this command:

    root@bt:~# openvpn --config client.ovpn
    Sun Jul 24 13:30:53 2011 OpenVPN 2.1.0 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu [SSL] [LZO2] [EPOLL] [PKCS11] [MH] [PF_INET6] [eurephia] built on Jul 20 2010
    Enter Auth Username:

    Once you put the username/password, it will show this:
    Sun Jul 24 13:32:00 2011 Initialization Sequence Completed

    At this time, you are connected to the OpenVPN server.

    Hope that helps.

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    There square measure scores of totally different LINUX VPN server packages obtainable on the web these days. Initially look this would possibly really sound sort of a sensible factor. With lots of various software packages to choose from, one would possibly suppose that it makes putting in your own VPN abundant easier or higher. However, the reality is it really makes it a euphemism of lots harder and confusing. LINUX may be a extremely popular operating system for servers, and if you’re trying to line up a VPN of your own that runs one among the numerous variations of the operating system obtainable these days, then I powerfully suggest that you simply see Linux VPN Website.

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    one problem with the BT , my internet connection is VPN and when i install the BT i cant configurated the VPN . I googled and find to install network-manager but the question is "HOW TO INSTALL NETWORK MANAGER IF I CANT ACCESSS INTERNET ??? " i need to create VPN and access to internet

    any ideas ? ?? ? ??

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