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kvpnc

   0.9.6  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 83%
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.x and KDE 4.x
Downloads:  28446
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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 Old version

 
 by rgfree on: Jan 7 2006
 
Score 50%

Does anyone know where I can
get older versions. This app
used to work great but since
I've switched to Kubuntu I got
a new version. All the new
versions dont work with PPTP.
The version coming with Kubuntu
(0.8) did crash consistently - on
config, on exit, on nearly every
occasion. Then I compiled 0.8.1.
Still crashes. Then I compiled the
current version. This one doesnt
work with the ppp coming with
Kubuntu anymore. It uses an
option "mppe" which doesnt
seem to exist. I dont want to
recompile ppp. So, I just want
the old kvpnc back - I dont
need any of the new features.


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 Re: Old version

 
 by crissi on: Jan 24 2006
 
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> Does anyone know where I can
get older versions.
Yes, go to http://download.gna.org/kvpnc/ but I recommend to use latest 0.8.2.1 (http://ie.releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/k/kvpnc/kvpnc_0.8.2.1-0ubuntu1_i386.deb)

> This app used to work great but since I've switched to Kubuntu I got
a new version. All the new versions dont work with PPTP.
0.8.2.1 should work with pptp (pptp detection changed).

> The version coming with Kubuntu (0.8) did crash consistently - on config, on exit, on nearly every occasion. Then I compiled 0.8.1. Still crashes. Then I compiled the current version. This one doesnt work with the ppp coming with Kubuntu anymore. It uses an option "mppe" which doesnt seem to exist.
0.8.2 changes pptp handling. KVpnc now detect which pptp implemtation is used and set right options.

> I dont want to recompile ppp. So, I just want the old kvpnc back - I dont
need any of the new features.


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 Re: Re: Old version

 
 by rgfree on: Mar 6 2006
 
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Just tried out 0.8.3.
All problems are gone.
Works fine now. Thanks.


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 OpenVPN Settings?

 
 by jffhn on: Feb 13 2006
 
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I have OpenVPN working perfectly well when launched from a shell, but would like to use KVPNC as a gui front end. After numerous attempts and many variations, I cannot launch OpenVPN using KVPNC. What is the trick? There must be some setting that is being overlooked. Is there an example configuration someone can share? Nothing comes up in web searches. Thanks.


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 Re: OpenVPN Settings?

 
 by crissi on: Aug 29 2006
 
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Use 0.8.5.1


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 pkcs11 configuration

 
 by cornelinux on: Mar 1 2006
 
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Hello,
since version 2 beta x openvpn is able to support smartcards via pkcs11.
These are just about 5 options in the config file.

There will be a password prompt at the command line, to enter the PIN of the smartcard.

When will kvpnc support this?

Kind regards
Cornelius


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 Re: pkcs11 configuration

 
 by crissi on: Mar 5 2006
 
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Hello,

> since version 2 beta x openvpn is able to support smartcards via pkcs11.
These are just about 5 options in the config file.
Give me an exmaple for it ;)

> There will be a password prompt at the command line, to enter the PIN of the smartcard.
>
> When will kvpnc support this?
I have no hardware for this but I think its not hard to do. So it can be done in next release (cvs/0.8.4)

I'm currently on Linuxtag at Chemnitz, if you there, you can find my at the KDE place.


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 Re: Re: pkcs11 confi

 
 by cornelinux on: Mar 5 2006
 
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I can give you an example.

Unfortunately I am not on the Linuxtag. But I am on the Cebit at the aladdin booth (somewhere in Hall 7) all the time. ...you know: smartcards.
If you are there, too, just drop by!

I got a running openvpn config there to show. When I got some time again, I will forward you this example...

True: It might be a bit tricky with the PIN for the smartcard, that is supposed to be entered at the command line.


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 Re: Re: pkcs11 configuration

 
 by alonbl on: Jun 17 2006
 
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Hi!

The implementation of PKCS#11 requires the GUI to use the OpenVPN management interface in order to interact with the smartcard.

It is requires since using smartcards requires input from the user at different stages, such as token not available, token removed-insert, token PIN expiration.

I will be happy to work with you in order to make it work with OpenVPN.

You can refer to http://alon.barlev.googlepages.com/openvpn-pkcs11 and find a simple perl script that performs the user interaction, it should not be complicated to use it in your component.

Best Regards,
Alon Bar-Lev.


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 Two networks

 
 by rgfree on: Mar 6 2006
 
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I wonder if it is theoretically possible one day to support being on two networks at once (I'm no expert, so sorry if this is a dumb question).
I'm at home and have a PPTP connection to my work and to a relocation center. The one is on subnet 192.168.168.0/24 - the other on 192.168.2.0/24. I want to be connected to both at the same time.


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 Re: Two networks

 
 by crissi on: Mar 6 2006
 
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Currently you can add additional routes.

Support for multiple vpn connections is planned but not implemented yet.


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 Some minor bugs

 
 by rgfree on: Mar 6 2006
 
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I found some minor glitches:
At some point when using a wrong password I got this:

2006-03-06 14:21:30 Debug: Es wird versucht, zu Server "**.**.**" mit User "****" zu verbinden...

2006-03-06 14:21:30 Info: [pppd]anon fatal[get_ip_address:pptp.c:357]: gethostbyname '**.**.**': name server error
Couldn't get channel number: Input/output error

2006-03-06 14:21:39 Fehler: Ein-/Aushgabefehler

(I deleted sensitive info before posting)
After that all my profiles where wiped out. So I recommend saving .kde/share/config/kvpncrc
somewhere in case you need it.

Futher problem:
When I try to close there is a message box saying that KVPNC doesnt close but minimize to the system tray. But even if I check "Do not show again" the box is shown every time.


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 Re: Some minor bugs

 
 by crissi on: Mar 23 2006
 
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> At some point when using a wrong password I got this:
>
> 2006-03-06 14:21:30 Debug: Es wird versucht, zu Server "**.**.**" mit User "****" zu verbinden...
>
> 2006-03-06 14:21:30 Info: [pppd]anon fatal[get_ip_address:pptp.c:357]: >gethostbyname '**.**.**': name server error
> Couldn't get channel number: >Input/output error
>
> 2006-03-06 14:21:39 Fehler: Ein-/Aushgabefehler
I'll have a look over it.

> After that all my profiles where wiped out. So I recommend saving .kde/share/config/kvpncrc somewhere in case you need it.
I'll look for it.

> Futher problem:
> When I try to close there is a message box saying that KVPNC doesnt close but minimize to the system tray. But even if I check "Do not show again" the box is shown every time.
Fixed in cvs.

It would be nice if you visit me at #kvpnc on irc.freenode.net


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 add route

 
 by mukl on: Sep 4 2006
 
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hi, first of all i like this tool, but i got a question:
is it possible to add a route on eth0 after connecting to a VPN?
i tried to put

route add default gw router

in the "execute command after connect" box, but it doesnt seem to work.


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 Re: add route

 
 by crissi on: Sep 25 2006
 
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You can set additional routes at:
Profile manager - network - routes :)


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 Re: Re: add route

 
 by mukl on: Sep 25 2006
 
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i know. ;)
but these routes are related to the tunnel device not to eth0. i want (need?) this, coz not all the traffic should use the VPN.


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 Re: Re: add route

 
 by mukl on: Sep 25 2006
 
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in the vpnc-script there is a $TARGET_NETWORKS variable, which has the exact functionality i want to use.


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