I'm using NFS and I have the following problem. After ~100 days, the client and server lose connection, but the client doesn't know about this, it gives no error. The problem is that the changes on the server side aren't visible on the client side.
Running Linux Fedora 10 on an Intel Core 2 Duo PC. Runs great. We are trying establish VPN between a client and server on the same LAN. The network is a standard fast ethernet, run great. We are trying to install OpenVPN server, but having a little difficulty. Key and certificate builds seem to execute without a problem. But when we try to start the service we get [FAILED]. I've attached a copy of our procedure.
I have an Ubuntu server that is currently running Ubuntu 8.10. I was thinking of making it a VPN server for my iPhone and also for my laptop whenever I'm outside and need to access internet over insecure wireless networks. Now that part should be easy I found several guides on how to configure OpenVPN server, as well as enabling clients on iPhone, and OSX.
However, the things is that my server is currently a OpenVPN client also, I have a paid tunnel set up to bypass my ISP blocking incoming traffic on various ports. Is it possible to keep this setting but still enabling a VPN server? Essentially causing traffic from my external device to go in through my tunnel to the VPN server, and then out through the external VPN provider.
I have 2 ethernet cards but when I look at the Network configuration in "Hardware Tab" I have another acx wireless network. How to delete that because In my system Idon't have wireless card..probably installed before but want delete it now.
then windows can ping server and resolve ip address and browsing Internet but can't ping [URL]... result is Request time out. ICMP already enabled in iptables.
I have to ubuntu machine (9.10 and 10.4) with a openvpn tunnel between them.This is the situation:
Code: NetworkA 192.168.0.0/24 | UbuntuA br0:192.168.0.3 (openvpn bridge between eth0 and tap0)[code].....
UbuntuA has one only interface etho and there are two openvpn instance: one bridge istance with br0 and another instance with tun0. UbuntuA is not the gateway for networkA. UbuntuB is the gateway for NetworkB.I need to comunicate between pc on networkB e those on networkA.This is the "ping situation" (no pc tested has an active firewall):
ubuntuA vs ubuntuB: OK ubuntuB vs ubuntuA: OK pc on NetworkA vs ubuntuA and ubuntuB: OK[code].....
Not sure what iis going on, I can ping some hosts on the internet but not others see below (adobe is not the only example) Works OK from another host on the same network with same GW and DNS iptables is turned off
[root@havoc init.d]# ping www.arrl.org PING www.arrl.org (184.108.40.206) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from www.arrl.org (220.127.116.11): icmp_req=1 ttl=55 time=94.1 ms 64 bytes from www.arrl.org (18.104.22.168): icmp_req=2 ttl=55 time=93.0 ms 64 bytes from www.arrl.org (22.214.171.124): icmp_req=3 ttl=55 time=99.4 ms 64 bytes from www.arrl.org (126.96.36.199): icmp_req=4 ttl=55 time=96.8 ms
The wireless connected hosts do not respond to pings from wired ones or other wireless ones. And all the wired connected hosts respond to pings from any wireless one. The same problem applies also to ssh connections exactly as in the ping issue.
The switch the ADSL modem/router and the Access point are all 3 different machines correctly connected to each other. I do not have a firewall in any of my hosts, all run Slackware 13.1, the wireless ones use "wext" driver and not "ndiswrapper". All wireless hosts login successfully, WPA & DHCP works fine and internet connection goes without a problem. But the fact I can only connect from a wireless host to a wired one is puzzling.
i'm running some virtual Fedora installations on a windows server 2008 with hyper-v. Most of them are Fedora 12 and 13. Everything works fine for some years. Yesterday i want to upgrade a F13 machine to F14 by netistall. The upgrade ran without any problems. After the reebot the machine was off the network. All the networkconfigs by DHCP are OK, IP address, gateways, DNS settings and so on. But the machine can't ping or connect to other hosts. I tried an VM from scratch with both F14 i386 and x86_64 - same ****. This is the first time i had such a problem by upgrading Fedora machines.
Host machine is a "2.6.32-24-generic-pae #38-Ubuntu" and VMware Workstation version is 7.1.2 build-301548.In addition to those three IP addresses(192.168.1.254/24, 192.168.1.68/24 and 192.168.1.221/24) seen on a drawing, there are four identical virtual machines inside the 192.168.1.68/24 machine. Virtual machines are named Olive0-3. Olive0 has IP address 192.168.1.100, Olive1 has 192.168.1.101, Olive2 has 192.168.1.102 and Olive3 has 192.168.1.103.
I am using centOS 5.0. After I change from DHCP to static IP address, I cannot ping hosts on the same subnet. The error message says destination host unreachable. Before I made the changes I was able to ping and now even I change it back to DHCP I still cannot ping with the same destination host unreachable message. The centOS is running on VMware on a Windows host.
After pinging 192.168.0.106 (106 is on and other host can ping it), arp -a shows ? (192.168.0.106) at <incomplete> on eth0 I tried different ways by disabling the firewall and and disabling SE protection. No Luck.
I have the following problem:I have to networks in remote places.I have an opnvpn client in one network that connects to the the router (openvpn server).My question is,can i connect the network where the openvpn client is,throught the computer with the client to the other network.If yes,how? (please make it an idiot proof anwser because i have limited knowledge about iptables). I was thinking like forwarding (the router in the network with the openvpn client is also firewalling with iptables) the request of the ip class of the openvpn network to the computer with the client,which masquarades the interface
I'm trying hard to run an openvpn server on a openvz VPS, the problem is packets sent from openvpn server process, doesnt reach the client, so connection is never stablished (I run tcpdump on server and wireshark on client to carefully investigate whats wrong), the first guess is that a kind of firewall is blocking traffic (I tried connecting to server through different ISP's but it's possible the national network provider applied some filtering but it cant be on IP,src port or dst port as I'd tried different configuration.
what about deep packet inspection technics, is it possible to block my traffic?) but at exactly the same time I can transmit UDP packets using netcat from server to the guest. there is no firewall enabled in between, I had tried, tcp and udp, tried both open vpn and openvpnAS and tried any thing one can imagine! the VPN is configured as a routed (TUN) type on debian
I have set up my Openvpn Server in Centos and it is working fine. Windows XP clients are able to connect the OpenVPN Server and access the network. This is a customized OpenVPN Gui Client. Now I need the customized OpenVPN Client for MS Windows 7Bit. I am using openvpn-2.1.4-install OpenVPN Client in MS Windows 7 64Bit. This is a executable and working fine in the said architecture. Now I want to compile this version. I am following the given steps at : [URL].. As per the direction i have copied the source from 2.1.4 and tried to compile, but compiled copy is giving the error " An error occurred Installing the TAP-Win32 Device Driver". I have tried this compilation by making every change and hack but all in vain.
I think that there are some certain steps which are missing and not documented any where. And sure that someone in forum will know the facts.
Calculating the available bandwidth methods IGI/PTR,PATHLOAD,SLOPS,PACKET PAIR...
I gone through above methodogies ,when i finish one methods(IGI/PTR) i came to know,one application should run in client side and another application should run in server side (i.e,) Internet Service Provider side,
In IGI/PTR method ./ptr-client.c & ./ptr-server.c is there .,if we want available bandwidth,I Should run ./ptr-client.c (in myside)correspondingly ./ptr-server.c then only we wil get a availble bandwidth...
My need is without run any application on the server side ./ptr-server.c like that,but I should develop the application only on client side (in my routerside based on linux)..
1:whether it is possible to get the available bandwidth run application in client side only?.if possible. how i implement the code in client side( only )for getting the available bandwidth ...whether any source code is available?...
i'm unable to see some musicvideos on videos in germany trough copyright restrictions. i can see these videos by using a tunnelservice, but it isn't very comfortable. in that case, i have to copy the url and paste it at the end of the tunnelservice url. a lot of stupid work.
my problem is, that i haven't enough experience to automate these actions.
i think, that i have to modify the url befor it goes to the server. there must be somewhere in the osi stack a place where i simply can modify that url with a regex but i don't know where
Calculating the available bandwidth methods IGI/PTR,PATHLOAD,SLOPS,PACKET PAIR...I gone through above methodogies ,when i finish one methods(IGI/PTR) i came to know,one application should run in client side and another application should run in server side (i.e,) Internet Service Provider side,In IGI/PTR method ./ptr-client.c & ./ptr-server.c is there .,if we want available bandwidth,I Should run ./ptr-client.c (in myside)correspondingly ./ptr-server.c then only we wil get a availble bandwidth...My need is without run any application on the server side ./ptr-server.c like that,but I should develop the application only on client side (in my routerside based on linux).. 1:whether it is possible to get the available bandwidth run application in client side only?.if possiblehow i implement the code in client side( only )for getting the available bandwidth ...whether any source code is available?
I would like to be able to mount a share served by my mac os X machine(10.6.1). I have read the Ubuntu community doc on Ubuntu samba clients.It didn't say what to do when using dynamic LAN I.Ps.I understand the way to go is to use avahi on the client side(Ubuntu) and Bonjour on the server side(mac os 10.6.1).I can't find anything about how this is done.What do i need to do to set up the client side(Ubuntu) to use avahi with SAMBA?.Because in the Ubuntu community doc it just referenced /etc/hosts, which is for static I.Ps.So i'm assuming that SAMBA on Ubuntu doesn't use avahi by default.All i need to know is how to set up the client side of SAMBA on Ubuntu when i'm using dynamic LAN I.Ps.
This is the first one of probably many posts as I am new to Fedora having lots of questions. This one is about the openvpn client which is used by me to connect to my company network. Thanks to the Fedora FAQ it was easy for me to set up the client and establish a connection. There is just one problem every time I open a connection I am disconnected from my local Internet. I was using openvpn on my Windows XP PC before and there was no problem keeping two Network connections, the (W)LAN and the vpn tunnel. Does anyone know how to solve this? I am utilizing the latest Fedora 11 release and configured openvpn client via the Network Manager GUI.
I am trying to connect to an existing VPN server that I have been using for years now. I am moving my develpment environment over to a Ubuntu box and I must have openvpn working in order to access SVN. It has been a few years since I have been setting up linux boxes. And networking is a soft spot for me. But
The server has been running without problem for a LONG time. A windows computer I have been using connects to it fine and I can access the network on this machine. I am setting up a new computer, but when trying to connect openvpn starts the initialization sequence completes but I cannot ping the network I am trying to connect to.
I use a second VPN connection to connect to an alternative network and it works fine. The difference between these two is that the working vpn connection is a routed IP tunnel and the one that is not working is a bridged connection.
The VPN that is working on this box brings up tun0 while the bridged connection connects but does not bring up a network tun device. The server logs look normal, it just looks like the client is not setting itself up to use the network once connected. (The key/cert pair work find when on a windows box) Just not on this new ubuntu build.
My current client config
cert firstname.lastname@example.org key email@example.com client dev tap
The server is using tap, as well as the working windows client uses "dev tap"
It has been a long time since I have been maintaining linux boxes but its coming back slowly.
I have a ubuntu 9.10 box that is acting as my firewall. ETH0 is connected to a cable router and my eth1 nats out it. I have br0 bridged to eth1 (private). I am able to ping from my openvpn client into my network but not from a boxon my local network to the openvpn client I watched the firewall and nothing is being blocked on any device. I checked the arp table on my firewall and it does not know about my vpn clients. Any idea's why my vpn clients are not adding themselves to the arp table?
I'm trying to set up a VPN connection between our CentOS 5.3 server at work and my bosses XP computer at home. At this point, we are kinda locked into Quickbooks. I'm testing the connection from my XP boot at home to see if it works. I can log into our servicemanuals easily enough from XP at home however, the windows takes forever to update. I have the Samba server only listening on port 445 because is seems to work more efficiently at work. I connect to the Samba shares via linux from home and everything works well but, when I try to do anything with the shares from Windows client at home, it's very slow!
I'm thinking that it must have something either to do with the Windows OpenVPN client or the client.conf file. Is there anything I should look at in the .conf file for answers?