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R Pi 3 - Serwer pptpd nie działa prawidłowo

07 Lip 2019 17:45 102 1
  • Poziom 11  
    Witam. zainstalowałem na R Pi 3 VPN server pptpd
    Mogę się połączyć z VPN ale nie działają strony na kliencie. Na R pi działają www. Sprawdzałem czy to DNS nie działa prawidłowo i niestety poprzez IP też nie mogę wyświetlić strony.

    pptpd-options
    Spoiler:
    Code:

    ###############################################################################
    # $Id$
    #
    # Sample Poptop PPP options file /etc/ppp/pptpd-options
    # Options used by PPP when a connection arrives from a client.
    # This file is pointed to by /etc/pptpd.conf option keyword.
    # Changes are effective on the next connection.  See "man pppd".
    #
    # You are expected to change this file to suit your system.  As
    # packaged, it requires PPP 2.4.2 and the kernel MPPE module.
    ###############################################################################


    # Authentication

    # Name of the local system for authentication purposes
    # (must match the second field in /etc/ppp/chap-secrets entries)
    name pptpd

    # Optional: domain name to use for authentication
    # domain mydomain.net

    # Strip the domain prefix from the username before authentication.
    # (applies if you use pppd with chapms-strip-domain patch)
    #chapms-strip-domain


    # Encryption
    # (There have been multiple versions of PPP with encryption support,
    # choose with of the following sections you will use.)


    # BSD licensed ppp-2.4.2 upstream with MPPE only, kernel module ppp_mppe.o
    # {{{
    refuse-pap
    refuse-chap
    refuse-mschap
    # Require the peer to authenticate itself using MS-CHAPv2 [Microsoft
    # Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol, Version 2] authentication.
    require-mschap-v2
    # Require MPPE 128-bit encryption
    # (note that MPPE requires the use of MSCHAP-V2 during authentication)
    require-mppe-128
    # }}}




    # Network and Routing

    # If pppd is acting as a server for Microsoft Windows clients, this
    # option allows pppd to supply one or two DNS (Domain Name Server)
    # addresses to the clients.  The first instance of this option
    # specifies the primary DNS address; the second instance (if given)
    # specifies the secondary DNS address.
    # Attention! This information may not be taken into account by a Windows
    # client. See KB311218 in Microsoft's knowledge base for more information.
    #ms-dns 10.0.0.1
    #ms-dns 10.0.0.2

    # If pppd is acting as a server for Microsoft Windows or "Samba"
    # clients, this option allows pppd to supply one or two WINS (Windows
    # Internet Name Services) server addresses to the clients.  The first
    # instance of this option specifies the primary WINS address; the
    # second instance (if given) specifies the secondary WINS address.
    #ms-wins 10.0.0.3
    #ms-wins 10.0.0.4

    # Add an entry to this system's ARP [Address Resolution Protocol]
    # table with the IP address of the peer and the Ethernet address of this
    # system.  This will have the effect of making the peer appear to other
    # systems to be on the local ethernet.
    # (you do not need this if your PPTP server is responsible for routing
    # packets to the clients -- James Cameron)
    proxyarp

    # Normally pptpd passes the IP address to pppd, but if pptpd has been
    # given the delegate option in pptpd.conf or the --delegate command line
    # option, then pppd will use chap-secrets or radius to allocate the
    # client IP address.  The default local IP address used at the server
    # end is often the same as the address of the server.  To override this,
    # specify the local IP address here.
    # (you must not use this unless you have used the delegate option)
    #10.8.0.100

    # Debian: do not replace the default route
    nodefaultroute


    # Logging

    # Enable connection debugging facilities.
    # (see your syslog configuration for where pppd sends to)
    #debug

    # Print out all the option values which have been set.
    # (often requested by mailing list to verify options)
    #dump


    # Miscellaneous

    # Create a UUCP-style lock file for the pseudo-tty to ensure exclusive
    # access.
    lock

    # Disable BSD-Compress compression
    nobsdcomp

    # Disable Van Jacobson compression
    # (needed on some networks with Windows 9x/ME/XP clients, see posting to
    # poptop-server on 14th April 2005 by Pawel Pokrywka and followups,
    # http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=111343175400006&r=1&w=2 )
    novj
    novjccomp

    # turn off logging to stderr, since this may be redirected to pptpd,
    # which may trigger a loopback
    nologfd

    # put plugins here
    # (putting them higher up may cause them to sent messages to the pty)


    pptpd.conf
    Spoiler:
    Code:

    ###############################################################################
    # $Id$
    #
    # Sample Poptop configuration file /etc/pptpd.conf
    #
    # Changes are effective when pptpd is restarted.
    ###############################################################################

    # TAG: ppp
    #   Path to the pppd program, default '/usr/sbin/pppd' on Linux
    #
    #ppp /usr/sbin/pppd

    # TAG: option
    #   Specifies the location of the PPP options file.
    #   By default PPP looks in '/etc/ppp/options'
    #
    option /etc/ppp/pptpd-options

    # TAG: debug
    #   Turns on (more) debugging to syslog
    #
    #debug

    # TAG: stimeout
    #   Specifies timeout (in seconds) on starting ctrl connection
    #
    # stimeout 10

    # TAG: noipparam
    #       Suppress the passing of the client's IP address to PPP, which is
    #       done by default otherwise.
    #
    #noipparam

    # TAG: logwtmp
    #   Use wtmp(5) to record client connections and disconnections.
    #
    logwtmp

    # TAG: bcrelay <if>
    #   Turns on broadcast relay to clients from interface <if>
    #
    #bcrelay eth1

    # TAG: delegate
    #   Delegates the allocation of client IP addresses to pppd.
    #
    #       Without this option, which is the default, pptpd manages the list of
    #       IP addresses for clients and passes the next free address to pppd.
    #       With this option, pptpd does not pass an address, and so pppd may use
    #       radius or chap-secrets to allocate an address.
    #
    #delegate

    # TAG: connections
    #       Limits the number of client connections that may be accepted.
    #
    #       If pptpd is allocating IP addresses (e.g. delegate is not
    #       used) then the number of connections is also limited by the
    #       remoteip option.  The default is 100.
    #connections 100

    # TAG: localip
    # TAG: remoteip
    #   Specifies the local and remote IP address ranges.
    #
    #   These options are ignored if delegate option is set.
    #
    #       Any addresses work as long as the local machine takes care of the
    #       routing.  But if you want to use MS-Windows networking, you should
    #       use IP addresses out of the LAN address space and use the proxyarp
    #       option in the pppd options file, or run bcrelay.
    #
    #   You can specify single IP addresses seperated by commas or you can
    #   specify ranges, or both. For example:
    #
    #      192.168.0.234,192.168.0.245-249,192.168.0.254
    #
    #   IMPORTANT RESTRICTIONS:
    #
    #   1. No spaces are permitted between commas or within addresses.
    #
    #   2. If you give more IP addresses than the value of connections,
    #      it will start at the beginning of the list and go until it
    #      gets connections IPs.  Others will be ignored.
    #
    #   3. No shortcuts in ranges! ie. 234-8 does not mean 234 to 238,
    #      you must type 234-238 if you mean this.
    #
    #   4. If you give a single localIP, that's ok - all local IPs will
    #      be set to the given one. You MUST still give at least one remote
    #      IP for each simultaneous client.
    #
    # (Recommended)
    localip 192.168.0.1
    remoteip 192.168.0.30-39
    # or
    #localip 192.168.0.234-238,192.168.0.245
    #remoteip 192.168.1.234-238,192.168.1.245


    sudo iptables -t nat -L -n
    Code:
    Chain PREROUTING (policy ACCEPT)
    
    target     prot opt source               destination

    Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT)
    target     prot opt source               destination

    Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT)
    target     prot opt source               destination

    Chain POSTROUTING (policy ACCEPT)
    target     prot opt source               destination



    cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
    Code:
    1



    Proszę o pomoc. Może inny server vpn zainstalować?
  • Poziom 17  
    Hi,

    Ja obstawiam, ze pula adresów IP, która przypisujesz do klienta, nie podlega po NAT i próbujesz wychodzić z puli 192.168.X.X do Internetu.

    Jesli klientem jest Windows to po podłączeniu sie , pokaz tablice routingu na tej stacji , polecenie w cmd: route pirnt lub netstat -r

    Daj jakis rysunek tego rozwiązania, czy to jest tak, ze z jednej strony jesteś podlaczon kablem do sieci z internetem a od strony np wifi uruchamiasz pptpd i tam chcesz autoryzować klientów ?

    M