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ok, let's say I'm setting up a brand-new IPcop box. Is there a way of flushing these entries from iptables > or the kernel, or where they're stored without rebooting IPCop? Note that /var/ipcop/patches/version.pl is re-written every time updates.cgi is run. 4. I am working on allowing = VPN connections using Microsoft VPN client from outside my network to a = Microsoft VPN server inside my network.

Establish an admin session from your PC's browser and go to the updates page. OK, here's one way to do it: 0. Use your PC to download all of the patches to a folder on its hdd. (If you are using XP directly connected to the internet, go ahead and turn on the Also make sure that the router has the PPTP enabled and not firewall block the traffic. http://www.howtonetworking.com/vpnissues/error721.htm

Perhaps the setup process could request a floppy with the updates list. You require the IPCop ISO burned to a CD, and the updates on a CD or HD, PLUS the text file downloaded from: http://www.ipcop.org/patches/1.3.0 Here's the process: 0) DISCONNECT your f/w Perhaps the setup process could request a floppy with the updates list.

Please don't fill out this field. Can someone = that has an IPCop 1.3 in front of the VPN server try some of these = suggestions. modify /home/httpd/cgi-bin/updates.cgi to update /var/ipcop/patches/version.pl with the latest patch number as follows: a. Briefly describe the problem (required): Upload screenshot of ad (required): Select a file, or drag & drop file here. ✔ ✘ Please provide the ad click URL, if possible: Home Browse

The only way I know of to remove the state table entries without a reboot is to rmmod then reinsert all the conntrack module - but if you do that you The destination port is PPTP = (1723). Connect your machine directly for a try - does it change anything? http://fjiufn.ns0.it/h-te I currently have it set up to forward UDP protocol packets on ports 8086, 8088, and 27901 (27901 is the firewall override port I set) to 192.168.0.10 (my windows pc with

The Generic Route Encapsulation=20 > > (GRE) protocol is used in conjunction with Point-to-Point=20 > > Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) to create virtual private networks=20 > > (VPNs) between clients or between Tks =3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3Dend Content from experts = exchange=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D-=3D > -----Original Message----- > From: Serge van Ginderachter (svgn) [mailto:[email protected]] > Sent: Thursday, 4 March 2004 1:35 AM > To: Stephen Peilschmidt; [email protected] > You don't say what scan mode you used with nmap, but scanning tends to use odd packet combinations and not properly establish or close connections. I believe there's two and neither are truly active any more.

Briefly, but still an exposure. http://bqwnsk.ydns.eu/c4-5 This means I've just > connected a vulnerable system to the Internet, and during the > patching process I'm vulnerable. > > OK, you say, just download the updates list once Please try the request again. OK, you say, just download the updates list once and=20 disconnect.

Changing the update code so it doesn't reload the "available updates list" after each patch is applied would remove the error message but it wouldn't change the fact that one has I suggest you use a packet logger like Ethereal on the client PC and = server and see what packets are flowing...As already mentioned, the = first few packets should consist I've completely changed the hardware from a P200 to a PII 300 and still have the same problems. There is nothing relating to any of those rules listed in the external access page.

After = that it should recognize all 8 fixes as valid and let you apply them. My $0.03 CDN ($0.02 US) Curtis [IPCop-user] Automatic "redial" fails on T-DSL (ADSL) line From: Markus Beschoner - 2004-03-10 18:55:26 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi list! The only unusual thing I can find is that /var/log/messages is filled with mgetty errors: > > Mar 8 08:38:08 gw modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module char-major-4 > Mar 8 08:38:08 Bang, they're all now running Blaster or some variant and I have a major cleanup on my hands.

Well, guess what, I have to connect to the Internet to download the current patch list. You can subscribe to this list here. 2001 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec From: Ando Urbas - 2004-03-10 14:44:48 C&C Generals standard requires that you set firewall port override in My documents / Command and Conquer Generals Data / Network.ini AND port forward

I will suggest to check the router settings and make sure TCP Port 1723, IP Protocol 47 (GRE) are opened.

This means I've just connected a vulnerable system to the Internet, and during the patching process I'm vulnerable. If yes, can you exclude the router as a possible problem? I download the iso and all the patches, burn the ISO, and start working on the new box. change /var/ipcop/header.pl as follows: a.

Comment from Smudo Date: 11/11/2003 02:08PM PST Yes, you're right, with "FIREWALL_IP" I mean the real IP. Did = it ever work in the past? (before you installed the Linux firewall) Author Comment from BinKiller Date: 11/11/2003 02:49PM PST I try: iptables -A PREROUTING -t nat -p gre I for one can't justify the risk of installing an "owned"/trojaned firewall into the corporate environment. Since 1.3.0, the web=20 > interface supports > GRE forwarding, hence not necessary anymore. >=20 > Remember, I have this problem after upgrading from 0.1.1 to 1.3.0 > On 0.1.1 I

The stock response on this list to the above question has always been "use another firewall". immediately below this loop add the following three lines (word-wrap may occur on the first, which is long): open (VF, ">/var/ipcop/patches/version.pl") or $errormessage = "could not open version-storage file"; print VF Perhaps the setup process could > request a floppy with the updates list. Possible solution: People are always building ISOs with the patches pre-installed nicely.

Browse to the folder into which you downloaded all of the patches. W. Can you upload patches without the current updates patch list? zzzz route add -net 192.169.69.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 10.4.1.22 Should this work, cant supply detail on other end just yet, but there is a GRE up and working between yyyy and

Bye Michael RE: [IPCop-user] Automatic "redial" fails on T-DSL (ADSL) line From: Michael Schwarz - 2004-03-10 21:43:19 Hi Markus > > Hi list! > > I'm using IPCop 1.3.0, fully Thanks Joe, great advice. ;-) Seriously though I think Angus has an excellent point here; I have the ISO and all the patches handy but can't update the system till it's If it moves and `\___/' \) ~ shouldn't, use the tape. \\\ --------------------------------------------------- RE: [IPCop-user] PTPP Disconnects after 3 Mins - ** NOT fixed, yet** From: - 2004-03-10 23:27:09 Serge, HTH.

Copyright 2002-2015 ChicagoTech.net, All rights reserved. For those of us setting > up floppy-free systems (mine are usually set up without > floppies), the updates page could have a section under the > current page which allowed preblocked by another > device.. Please try the request again.

Change the following line (thank you Ken Robertson): $GET_CMD = "GET http://www.ipcop.org/patches/$version HTTP/1.1\r\n" to read $GET_CMD = "GET http://www.ipcop.org/patches/$baseversion HTTP/1.1\r\n" otherwise you won't be able to retrieve the correct updates list Resolution: If you have tried many thing other people suggest like rebooting, reloading hardware and re-installing the VPN or dial in connection, you still get the same problem. I download the iso and all the patches, burn the ISO, and start working on the new box. I am searching for the rule which will allows this connection through = the iptables firewall.