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Re: Not able Work with VPN connection.
From: Brandon Enright <bmenrigh () ucsd edu>
Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 22:31:25 +0000

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On Wed, 27 May 2009 23:26:25 +0100
"DePriest, Jason R." <jrdepriest () gmail com> wrote:
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I'll try out Brandon's suggestion, too and see what comes out of it.

Tried it.  Didn't work.

A debug shows that an ARP from my system is failing.

ARP who-has {VPN Client IP} tell {VPN Client IP}

which doesn't make sense.  I am trying to get my own MAC via an ARP
and failing.

What format do you use to force something through a particular
interface?

I tried using
-e "Juniper Network Connect Virtual Adapter"
-e 3 (after using windump -D to find out what order they were in)
-e \Device\NPF_{C44E890A-E2FC-4DE4-A55A-FBB83C45F2C5}
and they all fail.


For curiosities sake, what happens if you make a static ARP entry for
the target IP with your VPN adaptors MAC?  If this helps we might think
about adding a --dest-mac <mac> option.

Brandon

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