vpnc on FreeBSD 6.2

Xihong Yin xyin at bluebottle.com
Mon Jul 9 17:34:54 UTC 2007

Yes. I can ping the ip of my vpn3000, and it is alive. I use ip address not DNS name for the vpn3000. I'm not sure if I can traceroute. I'll give a try today.

On Mon, 9 Jul 2007, Jonathan Horne wrote:

> On Monday 09 July 2007 11:16:33 Xihong Yin wrote:
> > I did create the configuration file from the profile file of the Windows
> > vpn client. And I know my group ID and password. But I got 'No response
> > from target' error when I start vpnc. The Windows client works fine on the
> > same machine.
> well, on your configuration file, do you have an ip address, or are you using
> a DNS name of your vpn3000?  if DNS name, can you ping the address (ie, is
> your /etc/resolv.conf straight?).
> can you ping and/or traceroute to the ip of your vpn3000?
> --
> Jonathan Horne
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