On Wed, 19 Mar 2008 00:43:58 +0100 Jon Theil Nielsen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have tried some different ways to make a working VPN server on FreeBSD 7.0.
> The main goal is to make it possible for Windows clients to access their
> Samba home shares. I'm not sure if mpd is the best solution, but I will give
> it a try.
> I have installed /usr/ports/mpd4 and have the following configuration:
You'll do much better in freebsd-net@ with this. I've copied Alexander
Motin, current author/maintainer, as he may not be watching [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> <don't know what to put in here...>
Stuff like configuring the console and/or web interface, logging etc.
> load pptp1
I'm not sure whether leading whitespace on non-label lines is still
required as with ppp.conf, but it can't hurt to follow the examples.
> new -i ng0 pptp1 pptp1
> set iface disable on-demand
> set iface enable proxy-arp
> set iface idle 0
> set iface enable tcpmssfix
> set bundle enable multilink
> set link yes acfcomp protocomp
> set link no pap chap
> set link enable chap
> set link keep-alive 10 60
> set ipcp yes vjcomp
> set ipcp ranges 192.168.1.4/32 192.168.1.151/32
> set ipcp dns 192.168.1.4
> set ipcp nbns 192.168.1.4
> set link disable pap
> set bundle enable compression
> set ccp yes mppc
> #set ccp yes mpp-e40
> set ccp yes mpp-e128
> set ccp yes mpp-stateless
> #set bundle enable crypt-reqd
I assume 'mpd.linksf' is a typo ..
> set link type pptp ## define the link type protocol as PPTP
> set pptp self 192.168.1.4 ## define the IP address on which MPD will
> set pptp enable incoming ## define the connection as Incoming
> set pptp disable originate ## enables PPTP connection for communication
> with the client
> And then I also have a mpd.secrets file of course.
> I can start the service, but I don't see any pptp interface after an
> ifconfig command. And netstat -an does not show any port 1723 listening.
> Do I need to have a customized kernel to make it work? Or are there any
> obvious errors in the above configuration?
Can't help with pptp, I only use pppoe, but have posted this to bring it
to Alexander's attention. He'll most likely want to see some logging ..
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