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My $0.03 CDN ($0.02 US) Curtis [IPCop-user] mingetty errors [SOLVED] From: Jase - 2004-03-10 20:31:00 Earlier on I wibbled: > I'm having stability issues with IPCOP -the machine runs fine Connect your machine directly for a try - does it change anything? Download again and check the MD5 again, keep doing this until you get a clean down load. The "vulnerable and weak" PCs have never been on the net unprotected before.

Freesco -- http://freesco.org/ -- has a print server and does most of what IPcop does. Home| Troubleshooting| Quick Setup | Cisco How to | Wireless| Forums | Site Map | Services | About Us| Chicagotech MVP | Search| Contact Us| Select a Topic VPN Thanks __________________________________________________________________________ http://www.webmail.co.za/dialup Webmail ISP - Cool Connection, Cool Price Re: [IPCop-user] IPcop patch-application vulnerability? https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/ipcop-user [IPCop-user] IPcop patch-application vulnerability? http://www.howtonetworking.com/vpnissues/error721.htm

PPTPCLNT needs to run from the=20 > > workstation initiating the VPN and PPTPSRV needs to run from=20 > > the RRAS server. **** Make sure that the RRAS Service is=20 No a high priority one > I would think, but reasonable and hopefully easily (see > quote below) implemented. RE: [IPCop-user] IPcop patch-application vulnerability?

Possible solution: People are always building ISOs with the patches pre-installed nicely. use the hammer. This can confuse the connection tracking engine - strictly speaking a lot of the connections listed probably actually are still established, just the host on the other end has pretty short From my point of view this should work...Hmm, can you try to replace the = "-d

You're now online, and protected. I=20 download the iso and all the patches, burn the ISO, and start=20 working on the new box. xxxx route add -net 192.168.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 192.168.200.2 # 2. http://fjiufn.ns0.it/h-te Modify rc.firewall/rc.local?) 7) Plug your IPCop box into the Internet & reboot.

Accepted Answer from Smudo Date: 11/11/2003 08:43AM PST try this: iptables -A FORWARD -p gre -d IP_VPN_SERVER_INSIDE -j ACCEPT iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp --dport 1723 -d IP_VPN_SERVER_INSIDE -j = ACCEPT Also as this driver has support for a large number of Intel cards, is released under the GPL by the manufactorer it would be nice to see it included in ipcop. 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 us to "install Markus "molli" Beschoner -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.2.1 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://enigmail.mozdev.org iD8DBQFAT2JN4bZJUbClQh4RAqg3AJ9HHB5t/ohrjNwXEesREsbvAOmf5QCeIt1d G/RFHbVvkISBMuMmgsFACUU= =9jwv -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- RE: [IPCop-user] IPcop patch-application vulnerability?

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. http://bqwnsk.ydns.eu/c4-5 Rebooting solves the problem: > > 08:11:15 ipcop Rebooting IPCop > 08:12:04 ipcop Starting RED device eth1. > 08:12:04 ipcop Dialing T-Online DSL. > 08:12:07 ipcop PPP has gone up on Can someone = that has an IPCop 1.3 in front of the VPN server try some of these = suggestions. Is there a way of flushing these entries from iptables > or the kernel, or where they're stored without rebooting IPCop?

You can subscribe to this list here. 2001 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec I will suggest to check the router settings and make sure TCP Port 1723, IP Protocol 47 (GRE) are opened. A linux box on the other hand wont, and by default blocks all that traffic. change the line which reads: $version = '1.3.0'; to read as follows: $baseversion = '1.3.0'; b.

Bang, they're all now running Blaster or some variant and I have a major cleanup on my hands. Arrrrgrgggghhhhh....yes it really can happen, and it can happen to YOU. In the time in between enabling the LAN interface (driver did not ship with Win2K) and installing Win2K SP4 from a previously downloaded file, it got infected with Code Red. This system has security holes, that's why there are patches.

If it /@ `\ /) ~ doesn't move and it should, > (O) X< ~ Fish!! Your cache administrator is webmaster. Call me paranoid but I once rebuilt a Win2K (IIS) server and forgot to disable the portforward rule for port 80 while I rebuilt it.

Can you upload patches without the current updates patch list?

Upload the patches, one at a time, in sequence, rebooting as needed. -----Original Message----- From: Angus Scott-Fleming [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 1:08 PM To: IPCop User Subject: [IPCop-user] IPcop Well, guess what, I have to connect to the Internet to download the current patch list. on the following link: http://www.ipcop.org/cgi-bin/twiki/view/IPCop/IPCopDownload In the middle of "Installing Files", the software crash with, apparently, a fatal error saying " Bad Tar header, skipping tar: Error exit from delayed previous Generated Tue, 01 Nov 2016 06:13:00 GMT by s_mf18 (squid/3.5.20) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection

Thanks to Dean Smith for the doc. Comment from Smudo Date: 11/11/2003 02:13PM PST A question besides, are you sure that your router can handle PPTP = sessions? This system has security holes, that's why there are patches. 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!

I am working on allowing = VPN connections using Microsoft VPN client from outside my network to a = Microsoft VPN server inside my network. Reboot after assigning all the passwords, or after restoring from floppy disk. 2) On your admin machine, open the file you downloaded from the above URL, delete the first line, and modify /home/httpd/cgi-bin/updates.cgi to update /var/ipcop/patches/version.pl with the latest patch number as follows: a. We can't risk exposing known vulnerabilities to the net, even briefly.

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 preblocked by another device.. But after each patch, the system tries to updates > the updates list and (since it's disconnected) I get that > nasty red background and the following error message: > > How can I use > > this driver in IPCop. > > Should it not be included, the intel source is GPL? > > > > The driver has to be

I'm using IPCop 1.3.0, fully patched (to fixes8). Perhaps you can post the version of Ipcop that you are running, and maybe a good samaritan will compile it for you. I install the base system from the ISO. How can I use > this driver in IPCop. > Should it not be included, the intel source is GPL? > The driver has to be compiled on the exact same

Nah...! > > You could also find an old junk card somewhere (perhaps > swap this one out > with a more standard one in a Windows box somewhere) and >