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depam 08-17-2006 04:25 AM

OpenVPN on IPCop
 
Friends,

I have installed Zerina OpenVPN on IPCop to allow me to access our network in the office. However, I can't understand what are these error messages:

CP/UDP: Incoming packet rejected from 192.168.1.1:1194[2], expected peer address: 61.10.2.100:1194 (allow this incoming source address/port by removing --remote or adding --float)
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I have installed OpenVPN on IPCop before but only with two zones (Green and Red). Now I have all the four zones and its not working anymore. Hope someone have encountered this already and can help me on this. Thanks.

KenJackson 08-17-2006 09:09 PM

Does your configuration file have a line like this, or a named equivalent?
remote 61.10.2.100

Your remote computer seems to be sending packets via a route that transports it's local address. Odd. Do you have multiple VPNs setup? It would be very interesting to know how those local packets are getting to you if you don't yet have the VPN established.

But if you figure it out an it's OK and you don't think there is a security risk, you can add a single line to your configuration file to let it accept any address:
float

depam 08-18-2006 10:29 PM

Basically, I am trying connected to the Blue zone. I have configured to connect to Red, Blue, Orange and green Network. However, I am still inside our network. For me to access the green network, I need to establish a VPN tunnel. I realize that I am able to connect when I'm home but cannot when I am still in the office. Isn't possible to connect from blue network to green using VPN? If I need to alter some lines on my openvpn configuration, please let me know. I just need to connect the blue network to the


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