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Old 04-12-2006, 02:08 AM   #1
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IPCop and OpenVPN

Hi! I installed IPCop and OpenVPN to serve us our VPN Gateway. Following the link from, I was able to make it work and I can connect successfully. However, I noticed that I can't connect to all of the workstations within the VPN servers subnet. I tried to ping one using the VPN-IPCop machine and it responded but when I tried it on the remote PC, I won't answer. I also tried using TCP instead of UDP but still not successful. Hope you can help me on this. THanks.


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