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    Quote Originally Posted by Grrzzz View Post
    Of course there is an example config file! It's located here: /etc/vpnc/default.conf

    After editing that file, you can start vpnc by simply typing: vpnc

    I still can't create a connection, though

    When starting vpnc it says something like "can't initialise tunnel interface".
    I guess, that the kernel module is still missing... Can't get it from cyndia neither....

    So, I am stuck there. Maybe someone else gets it running and tells us the solution here
    all I have is an empty file


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogs View Post
    all I have is an empty file
    IPSec gateway <gateway>
    IPSec ID <group-id>
    IPSec secret <group-psk>
    IKE Authmode hybrid
    Xauth username <username>
    Xauth password <password>

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    Default Forget Cisco client use vpnc

    Hi,
    forget the cisco client, at least for me that never would work, even after trying all suggestion that can be found online.
    Here is what worked or me under OS X 10.4.11, Parallels 3.0 (5584) and firewire ports inactive

    Download vpnc :
    sudo port install vpnc

    To get rid of an openssl error message:
    sudo port -vunf upgrade vpnc +hybrid_cert

    Configure the startup file:
    cd /opt/local/etc/vpnc
    sudo vi default.conf
    insert all VPN variables in this file at the respective places
    erase the IXP Authorization line (at least for my setup this worked)

    Download tuntap: http://tuntaposx.sourceforge.net/download.xhtml
    Install the package after unzipping with "tar -xvfz tuntap_versionnumber.tar.gz

    Then start connection with following commandline:
    sudo vpnc --natt-mode force-natt --dpd-idle 0

    disconnect with
    sudo vpnc-disconnect

    Cheers
    Pelusa
    Last edited by Pelusa; 11-21-2008 at 08:24 PM.

 

 
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