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Old 02-05-2006, 01:13 PM   #1
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Talking PopTop almost there :D

Hello there,

this is my first post here.I search all over the forum and I didn't found any posts to help me.
So, there is my case :

I have a box with fedora Core 4, kernel version
I had successfully set up a poptop server on my box.My I have some questions regarding the windows client ( windows Xp specially ).I can connect to server, the client takes the correct IP I set it up in chap-secrets.I have a doubt about default gateway of client.If I give a route printon Windows XP the default gateway is the IP of my VPN client.Is this correct ? Doesn't supposed to be the IP of my poptop server ?


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