Re: VPN on virtual machine
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> I finally got the vpn working, but I'm having trouble with > bittorrent. So far I've tried Deluge. The next time I have time > to mess with it, I can try another bittorrent client. Michael, > which one do you use?
> On 09/18/2018 11:35 AM, Michael Butash wrote: >> How are you configuring the openvpn connection? Using PIA vpn, >> they give you an openvpn file to connect with, or at least did >> last I set it up, and otherwise should just need the package >> dependencies installed with openvpn.
>> I'd say launch openvpn via the cli in debug to see what errors >> it's giving with the ovpn file.
>> Bridge or nat should be irrelevant, I've run mine both ways. You >> should only need ports 1194 out to your VPN provider, you don't >> need to port forward one back, and actually recommend you do NOT >> unless you're wanting an openvpn server yourself to connect back >> to. Mine works fine out via NAT.
>> On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 10:57 PM Jim <email@example.com >> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
>> I decided to try a virtual machine for bittorrent. The host >> machine >> runs kubuntu 14.04 with 4GB RAM. I've installed virtualbox >> 5.2.18. The >> virtual machine is running lubuntu 18 and has 1GB RAM. The >> problem is >> with the vpn. I can't get openvpn or pptp to work. I >> configured them >> using the same instructions I did on the host machine. When >> I try to >> start a VPN connction(openvpn or pptp) on the guest machine, >> the icon >> appears to show it's trying to connect, then it just stops >> without >> offering any error message. In Virtualbox's settings for >> the guest >> machine under network, I chose attached to NAT.
>> Any ideas what I should do different?
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