Route and vpnc
mrknisely at mrknisely.is-a-geek.org
Fri Mar 10 05:12:44 UTC 2006
Kenneth P. Turvey wrote:
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>On Tue, 07 Mar 2006 04:23:02 -0600, Kenneth P. Turvey wrote:
>>As it turns out this is really just a routing problem. I am using the
>>following script to set everything up:
>># Connects to UMSL's wireless network.
>># Assumes that the vpn client is set up with an umsl.config
>># in /etc/vpnc/umsl.conf
>I just wanted to note that this little script doesn't really completely
>solve the problem I wanted it to. I wanted to be able to sit down at my
>computer at any time and have access to the resources online at the
>University. Unfortunately the VPN client doesn't support re-keying and is
>therefore disconnected every time the Universities server decides to do
>its re-keying. Online this is stated to be every eight hours, but it
>looks like my University is doing this more often than that.
>The script is still useful, but I'll have to rerun it whenever I need to
>connect. This is unfortunate.
>Kenneth P. Turvey <kt-usenet at squeakydolphin.com>
>Phone : (314) 255-2199
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Cisco Pix will time you out if you are not passing traffic. Perhaps a
keepalive ping will help.
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