Your message dated Mon, 15 Feb 2010 23:49:59 +0100 with message-id <4b79cf97.7090...@debian.org> and subject line Re: Bug#492961: network-manager-kde: openvpn integration could be better has caused the Debian Bug report #492961, regarding network-manager-kde: openvpn integration could be better to be marked as done.
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--- Begin Message ---Package: network-manager-kde Version: 1:0.2.2-1 Severity: wishlist Hi, The great thing about network manager is that I can install a vpn connection as a normal user, without needing root permission. This currently fails because: * I can't specify the MTU manually (I need an MTU of 1400 on this connection) * I can't specify the DNS server and the default domain Zoning in on this issue from the other side: I get the vpn data as a set of a ".ovpn" configuration file and a ".p12" key file. Now if I could just give these files to the OpenVPN nm plug in instead of having to fiddle with the openssl command to extract the key, ca and cert and then writing an ifup script to set up my network ... Thanks & greetings -- vbi -- The most interesting [DNS weirdness] is that when I visit the Asus website two Asus IPs (one in the US, one in Taiwan) will query my nameserver for the . record for an entire week. -- Koos van den Hout
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--- Begin Message ---Version: 1:0.9~svn1088283-1 Adrian von Bidder wrote: > Package: network-manager-kde > Version: 1:0.2.2-1 > Severity: wishlist > > Hi, > > The great thing about network manager is that I can install a vpn connection > as a normal user, without needing root permission. This currently fails > because: > > * I can't specify the MTU manually (I need an MTU of 1400 on this > connection) This would propably require changes to network-manager > * I can't specify the DNS server and the default domain These are two separate issues. Specifying the dns server / search domain is possible in network-manager >= 0.7 and knm 1:0.9~svn1088283-1, so I'm closing this bug report. If you still need the MTU tweaks, this should be tracked in a separate bug report. Cheers, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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