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Old 08-05-2005, 11:05 AM   #1
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PPTP VPN browse problem

First, I`m sorry if u canīt understand some words, my english is not to good =) Iīm from Argentina.
This is my problem: I can connect to my VPN server, I use a Debian Sarge, with kernel 2.6.5 with the mppe patch. The users with Windows XP can logged in to the VPN, but when i mark the option "Requires encryptation data", i still can connect to the VPN but i canīt browse on some pages. An example, the MSN pages (, When i donīt mark the "require encryptation data" option, i can browse in all the pages, including that pages.

If someone can help me, plizzz, thankīs anyway


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