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  1. #1

    Unhappy vpn

    hi

    i setup my vpn connection

    i setup it on desktop pc and connected successfully

    i setup it on laptop(dell inspiron 1520) as like as my desktop and connected but i didn't have any receive
    what can i do?

  2. #2
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    Default Re: vpn

    I am not entirely sure what you are trying to get at. What kind of VPN did you try to set up? Is this Vpn on your local computer or in a remote location?

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    Default Re: vpn

    i connect to inernet via my office lan

    i did it in windows and didn't have any problem
    and i did it in opensuse on my desktop and connected correctly and didn't have any problem

    but i have this problem on my laptop

    i work with opensuse 10.3 and kde 3.5

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    Default Re: vpn

    Yes, but there are several different types of vpn's, such as PPTP (Microsoft), or openvpn. You will need to find out what this is before anyone can help you. If it is PPTP, then you may be out of luck. there isn't great support for it on opensuse.

  5. #5

    Default Re: vpn

    i setup for point to point tunneling protocol
    and set an ip for modem ip address

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    Default Re: vpn

    unfortunately opensuse doesnt have great support for this protocol. I have similar issues myself. I would suggest searching the forums for "PPTP" for more information on the issue

    -c

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    Default Re: vpn

    but it works on desktop

    is there any difference between laptop and desktop?

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    Default Re: vpn

    are you running opensuse or xp on your desktop? If you are running opensuse, what version is it? which version is on your laptop

  9. #9

    Default Re: vpn

    i have opensuse 10.3 with kde 3.5.7 on my desktop

    laptop model:dell inspiron 1520

  10. #10
    sunerevren NNTP User

    Default Re: vpn

    Hi ,

    Documentation/VPN - openSUSE here is the documentation , are you sure that you are using kvpnc on both your Desktop and Laptop

    In documentation it says that kvpnc is the most suitable vpn software for windows vpns

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