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Old 07-08-2010, 12:15 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by computerz View Post

My Rule is the same :
Code:
NAT :
rule Number    Name      Port Type   Port Source   IP Private     Port Destination
1	       openvpn	 UDP	     1194	   192.168.1.100  1194

How can I test it ?
Nice question.

Ok, please, can you do next thing:
Type on root console:
netstat -ntupl

1. before activation ppp0
2. after activation ppp0

Please post here only IP and port, which openvpn uses.

Thanks.

P.S.

I assume that on server should be and "openvpn server", so some there in internet you have to use openvpn client. Please tell as, can you connect vpn client with server?
I am not talking about doing something else, can you connect them together?

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