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Old 09-29-2005, 05:43 PM   #1
rdwiljam
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Vpn Multiple connections


Hoping someone can help. I am presently running fedora core 2 and kernel 2.6.10 and am trying to get multiple connection to the same outside vpn server to work thru my linux box which acts as my firewall and router. I have seen many post on patching the older kernels 2.4.* to fix this problem but i can't seem to find the same type of patches for the 2.6 kernel. Can anyone make some suggestions or point me in the right direction. Here is a discription of the problem i have a network which needs to access data on an outside network thru vpn. I can get one connection to work at a time but more than one will not. The second connection hangs at the verifying password statge and goes no further. I think that pptp needs to be upgraded so that linux can track multiple lptp and pptp connections. Please help
 
  


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