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Old 01-20-2003, 04:00 PM   #1
Haios
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Registered: Jan 2003
Location: Israel
Distribution: Red Hat 7.2
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VPN client connection


I have a cable Internet connection, 0.75Mbit/sec.
My ISP is connecting my computer through a VPN connection asking my user name and password every time I want an Internet connection.
I tried to implement the VPN on my Red Hat 7.2. I installed vpnclient-linux-3.5.Rel-k9.tar.gz and I found and edited the file /etc/CiscoSystemVPNClient Profile/sample.pcf. I didn't succeed
to understand how I must complete this file in order to operate the VPN connection on Red Hat 7.2. I didn't find any reference to
my user name or to the Ethernet card conected to ISP. (I have 2 Ethernet cards).
Please help me to understand how can I make an Internet connection on Red Hat 7.2 on VPN. What details I must ask my ISP? My ISP is considering technical support only on Windows.
Anticipate thanks
 
  


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