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kvpnc

   0.9.6  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 83%
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Homepage:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.x and KDE 4.x
Downloads:  28427
Submitted:  May 11 2004
Updated:  May 25 2010

Description:

KVpnc is a KDE Desktop Environment frontend for various vpn clients. It supports Cisco VPN (vpnc, vpnclient (proritary client from cisco)), IPSec (FreeS/WAN, OpenS/WAN, stronGswan, racoon), PPTP (pptpclient),L2TP, OpenVPN, VTun and OpenSSH.

Packages for various distros can be downloaded from download page: http://home.gna.org/kvpnc/en/download.html

You need libgcrypt (http://www.g10code.com/p-libgcrypt.html). Crypto++ is now obsolete. One of them is additional needed: vpnc, freeswan, openswan, strongswan, ipsec-tools, pptpclient, l2tpd, xl2tpd, openl2tp, openvpn, vtun, openssh.

Do you want to help to make kvpnc better? Go to http://home.gna.org/kvpnc/en/report.html




Changelog:

This is release 0.9.6a
This release fixes a critical bug in KDE4 version and some other bugs. It also adds some new features. 0.9.6a fixes only the installation of ping_check.sh at KDE4 version.

* bugfixes:
- if no profile was imported at kvpnc profile import keep profile name at profile selector fixed
- remote id toggle at newprofilewizard at *swan use fixed
- remote id options at newprofilewizard at *swan use fixed
- local id options at newprofilewizard at *swan use fixed
- split specific options at preferencesdialog in multiple tabs (*swan, racoon, pptp, openvpn) for reducing preferencesdialog size (kde3: #13610, kde4: #219556)
- vpnc config options if ca cert or ca dir empty for use hybrid mode fixed (thanks to Todd Kennedy)
- enable psk options at hybrid mode fixed (vpnc)
- selecting profile selects not right profile fixed [kde4]
- openvpn specific options toggle fixed [kde4]
- crash at p12 certificate import fixed [kde4]
- p12 import at openvpn profile import fixed [kde4]
- crash at generate openvpn key fixed (#224507) [kde4]
- remote network netmask at newprofilewizard at *swan use fixed [kde4]
- use udp label text at newprofilewizard at *swan use fixed [kde4]

*features:
- check if profile already exists at kvpnc profile import added
- toggle all/none profiles at kvpnc profile import added
- user defined import prefix at kvpnc profile import added
- kde4 translation updated




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 Cisco VPN?

 
 by HeartCracker on: May 30 2004
 
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Hi

I use Cisco VPN. This tool looks really nice and usefull. HMMM does this work also for Cisco VPN?

Have a nice day.
cu


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 Re: Cisco VPN?

 
 by crissi on: May 30 2004
 
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Yes its for Cisco VPN. Its a replacement for the Cisco VPN client.


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 Re: Re: Cisco VPN?

 
 by crissi on: Jun 1 2004
 
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Its for use with Cisco VPN Concentrator. Kvpnc doesn't support the original cisco vpnclient.


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 hmmm

 
 by HeartCracker on: May 30 2004
 
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Hi
I mean, if it works also with the cisco vpnclient and not only with vpnc, because my cisco vpnclient is working so lovely, why shall I change.

cu


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 Re: hmmm

 
 by crissi on: May 31 2004
 
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Hi
> I mean, if it works also with the
> cisco vpnclient and not only with
> vpnc, because my cisco vpnclient is
> working so lovely, why shall I change.
The original cisco vpnclient has some bad things:
- disable all other interfaces than the vpnclient uses (per option on concentrator)
- needs to compile a kernel module
- kernel module is propriotary
- not free
- works only with kernel 2.4 (unofficial patch for kernel 2.6 had crashed my kernel!)

vpnc as free client dont have these problems. It uses the tun module from linux kernel which is mostly availiable by default at modern distros.

So i recommend to use vpnc. For a nice KDE interface you can use kvpnc ;)


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 very good

 
 by probono on: May 31 2004
 
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And very useful. thanks! no more kernel module and nice KDE integration - it's just like it should be.


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 Re: very good

 
 by probono on: May 31 2004
 
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should go into debian


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 Save password

 
 by nomar on: May 31 2004
 
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Could you add an option to save the group password but not the user password? That would be very useful for me and people using similar networks where the group password ist public, but the user password is too safety-critical to be saved to disk.
Otherwise, great tool.


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 Re: Save password

 
 by crissi on: May 31 2004
 
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> Could you add an option to save the
> group password but not the user
> password? That would be very useful
> for me and people using similar
> networks where the group password is
> public, but the user password is too
> safety-critical to be saved to disk.
I will add it.

> Otherwise, great tool.
thx.


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 Checkpoint

 
 by newyen2 on: Jun 3 2004
 
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Will this work with Checkpoint VPN? thanks!


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 Re: Checkpoint

 
 by crissi on: Jun 8 2004
 
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Sorry i dont know if the orginal cisco client can be used.
If the original cisco vpnclient works then kvpnc can be used.
kvpnc use vpnc which is a replacement for the original cisco client.
i dont have checkpoint hardware.
But i think if its diffrent from cisco client ask the author of vpnc if he can made support for checkpoint.
If there is a console client for checkpoint, tell me that. then i also need more infos about output, command line parameters, etc.


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 NIS with vpnc?

 
 by nmshah on: Jul 3 2004
 
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Thanks for this app - very useful. Anybody know how to make NIS work wtih this app? I use SuSE 9.1 and I run kvpnc after I login and then I try to restart ypbind, it doesn't find ypserver by IP address, even though I can telnet to it. Also, how to get X exported to my vpnc session? I don't seem to be getting an IP address that I can export display from the host I connect to through VPN


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 Re: NIS with vpnc?

 
 by crissi on: Jul 5 2004
 
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hello,
first you should get a IP via DHCP or set it manually for your wlan device (like wlan0).
from this IP you should be able to reach your VPN server, then you can connect. after successful connect you get a new device (tun0) which is the tunnel interface and has a own IP and the default route (0.0.0.0) points to it. this IP should be IP you should be used for external communication.


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 Re: Re: NIS with vpnc?

 
 by nmshah on: Jul 5 2004
 
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hello,

thanks for replying. I am doing exactly the same thing
1) I connect to internet through my ISP - I get an IP address through DHCP and I'm able to browse internet
2) I connect to the VPN server successfully using kvpnc and I see a tun0 interface with an IP address getting created. - I am able to telnet to the servers inside my work network

The problem seems to be that the tun0 IP address is not pingable/reachable by any servers in my network. Am I missing some configuration?
thanks for your help. I couldn't find any documentation anywhere.


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 Re: Re: Re: NIS with vpnc?

 
 by crissi on: Jul 5 2004
 
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do you are using a firewall?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: NIS with vpnc?

 
 by nmshah on: Jul 7 2004
 
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I never configured SuSE 9.1 firewall. I checked no iptables process running


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 Re: Re: Re: NIS with

 
 by kbeaumont on: Aug 16 2004
 
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You then need to allow for packet forwarding so that your linux box will route packets it recieves. In Redhat or Fedora you add the line folowing line to /etc/sysconfig/network :

FORWARD_IPV4="yes"

Don't forget to restart the network service after that. Then you add a route to the routing table of your all the clients you want to be a gateway for. This will then cause all packets with a destination to the other network routed through your gateways vpn connection.
It's best to read up on the various HOWTO's for routing and vpn, because getting the routing working the first time can be very frustrating.


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