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Jun 25, 2014 · There are 2 types of VPN solutions, OpenVPN and PPTP VPN. Today we are going to see how to setup VPN with PPTP on Ubuntu and its derivatives. If you know a thing or two about Linux, it would only a few minutes to setup VPN. If you are beginner, stop bitting your nails, you are going to do just fine if you are a good at following instructions. Oct 18, 2012 · my linux PPTP client cannot communicate with my Windows 7 Client Iptables and firewall are off but still cant ping each other. i can ping the both from the server though please help me as all my windows client can communicate with each other but not the linux one i am using centos 6.3 as my PPTP server. Aug 04, 2015 · Configuring a PPTP VPN Connection in pfSense David Zientara. How to setup a PPTP VPN server on Linux :: VPS Tutorials How To Setup pfSense as VPN Client for OpenVPN Server Apr 13, 2015 · Filed under: Linux Related — Tags: linux vpn client, pppd, pptp, pptp route — Syed Jahanzaib / Pinochio~:) @ 12:06 PM Assalam Va Alaykum, Following are short notes on How I added VPN [pptp] client in Linux [initially in centos, later I will add commands for Ubuntu as well] to a mikrotik base pptp vpn server. 2) Enter the Username and Password to authenticate devices to the PPTP VPN Server. 3) Click OK. Step 2. Configure PPTP VPN Connection on Your Remote Device. The remote device can use the Windows built-in PPTP software or a third-party PPTP software to connect to PPTP Server. Here we use the Windows built-in PPTP software as an example. 1. VPN connection in Ubuntu. Go to network manager > VPN Connection > Configure VPN > Add VPN . Name VPN Connection ( Any Name ) Gateway : You ip address of pptp server Or FDDN ( Fully Qualified Domain Name ) User Name . Password . Click on Advanced. Click on " Use point to point encryption " Click OK & Save. Now open terminal . tail -f /var/log