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On Wed, 9 Sep 2009, tony.chamberlain@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Will openvpn allow you to assign IP address by user id?
This is not the right place to be asking questions about openvpn. Please read the documentation, and find the appropriate support forum.
I mean its true now that when I make the pppd call I can specify (request) what address I want, but it would be nice if the server could do the assigning. Clients do rely on receiving the same IP address. (I mean the same one, but each client gets a different IP). -----Original Message----- From: James Cameron [mailto:quozl@xxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Tuesday, September 8, 2009 08:12 PM To: linux-ppp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: several sites through router This has nothing to do with pppd, but is a common problem with pptp, in future ask on the pptpclient-devel mailing list instead. Or even the poptop (pptpd) mailing list. Since I'm there anyway ... what you describe is a failure of the router to use a unique call identifier when it readdresses the packets, or a failure of the pptpd at the remote site to demultiplex the PPP over GRE stream.Now I have control of all the machines, clients and server, and they are all running poptop available through CentOS 4.5.You should use OpenVPN instead then.
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