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 From:  "T. Lechat" <m0n0wall at lechat dot org>
 To:  "m0n0wall users" <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] PPTP connection from OS X
 Date:  Wed, 21 Apr 2004 00:02:34 +0200
As <pptpd><localip>192.168.1.51</localip>
is in the range of your sis lan 192.168.1.50/24
I think your trouble is here.

Either change /24 on sis
or use another subnet for pptp (it's what I did sucessfully :
LAN : 192.168.1.1 / 24
local ip of pptpd :192.168.2.1
remote ip : 192.168.2.16 / 28

Thierry

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Adam Hirsch" <adam at baz dot org>
To: "m0n0wall users" <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 11:34 PM
Subject: [m0n0wall] PPTP connection from OS X


> Anyone used the built-in PPTP VPN client on OS X to successfully connect
to
> m0n0wall v1.0?
>
> I've got it set up to the point where it begins negotiating, pauses for a
> while, and then reports that the PPTP server closed the connection.  The
> only suspicious logged line on the m0n0wall side is:
>
>    mpd: [pptpc0] error writing len 42 frame to bypass: Can't assign
requested address
>
> which seems odd, as the LAN interface for the firewall is:
>
>           <if>sis0</if>
>           <ipaddr>192.168.1.50</ipaddr>
>           <subnet>24</subnet>
>
> and the pptpd config looks pretty much smack in the heart of
> 192.168.1.0/24:
>
>     <pptpd>
>         <mode>server</mode>
>         <redir/>
>         <localip>192.168.1.51</localip>
>         <remoteip>192.168.1.208</remoteip>
>         <user>
>             <name>YYYYY</name>
>             <password>xxxxx</password>
>         </user>
>         <radius>
>             <server/>
>             <secret/>
>         </radius>
>     </pptpd>
>
> Anyone had any success with this?  I'm not quite sure where to start
poking.
>
> tx,
>
> Adam
>
> p.s. mildly obfuscated logs below.
>
> mpd: [pptpc0] error writing len 42 frame to bypass: Can't assign requested
address
> mpd: pptp0-0: ignoring SetLinkInfo
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: SendConfigReq #22
> mpd: ACFCOMP
> mpd: PROTOCOMP
> mpd: MRU 1500
> mpd: MAGICNUM 34cde244
> mpd: AUTHPROTO CHAP MSOFTv2
> mpd: MP MRRU 1600
> mpd: MP SHORTSEQ
> mpd: ENDPOINTDISC [802.1] 00 00 24 c1 ce 3c
> mpd: [pptpc0] error writing len 42 frame to bypass: Can't assign requested
address
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: SendConfigReq #23
>
>  [...]
>
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: state change Req-Sent --> Stopped
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: LayerFinish
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: parameter negotiation failed
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: LayerFinish
> mpd: [pptpc0] device: CLOSE event in state UP
> mpd: pptp0-0: clearing call
> mpd: pptp0-0: killing channel
> mpd: [pptpc0] PPTP call terminated
> mpd: [pptpc0] IFACE: Close event
> mpd: [pptpc0] IPCP: Close event
> mpd: [pptpc0] IPCP: state change Starting --> Initial
> mpd: [pptpc0] IPCP: LayerFinish
> mpd: [pptpc0] IFACE: Close event
> mpd: pptp0: closing connection with 71.292.78.11:5140
> mpd: [pptpc0] IFACE: Close event
> mpd: [pptpc0] device is now in state CLOSING
> mpd: [pptpc0] bundle: CLOSE event in state OPENED
> mpd: [pptpc0] closing link "pptpc0"...
> mpd: [pptpc0] device: CLOSE event in state CLOSING
> mpd: [pptpc0] device is now in state CLOSING
> mpd: [pptpc0] link: CLOSE event
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: Close event
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: state change Stopped --> Closed
> mpd: [pptpc0] device: DOWN event in state CLOSING
> mpd: [pptpc0] device is now in state DOWN
> mpd: [pptpc0] link: DOWN event
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: Down event
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: state change Closed --> Initial
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: phase shift ESTABLISH --> DEAD
> mpd: [pptpc0] device: DOWN event in state DOWN
> mpd: [pptpc0] device is now in state DOWN
> mpd: [pptpc0] link: DOWN event
> mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: Down event
> mpd: pptp0: ctrl connection closed by peer
> mpd: pptp0: killing connection with 71.292.78.11:5140
>
> -- 
>  Well, you win some, you lose some, and then
<adam at baz dot org>
>  there's that little-known third category.  - Al Gore           <adam
hirsch>
>
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