How to connect VPN via PPTP with Ubuntu

November 28, 2009
Filed under: Featured, Karmic Koala, Ubuntu 

First, I had to install PPTP for NetworkManager

sudo apt-get install network-manager-pptp

Now, we can do setting PPTP VPN.

Just enter gateway, username and password your PPTP VPN will be now ready to work.

But for me, I want to go out to normal internet with my internet router not to go through my office network. I have to do something a bit.

In editing vpn, click on tab IPv4 setting -> Routes.




Enter ip(s) that want to use vpn and netmark.

You can leave another 2 columns, gateway and metric blank.

Thick in box “Use this connection only for resources on its network”

done.

Credit : VPN – Ubuntu Wiki, Howto configure PPTP VPN in Ubuntu Intrepid and Jaunty

Comments

One Comment on How to connect VPN via PPTP with Ubuntu

  1. Kim on Fri, 7th May 2010 6:50 am
  2. Good article,

    I will try this setup. Today I’m using http://www.pptpvpn.org there I get unlimited bandwidth for only €5 a month which is fine.

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