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Part 1: Raspberry Pi SoftEther Server Setup for Remote Access to your Flex 6000 Radio

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  • Mark WS7MMark WS7M Member ✭✭
    edited May 2017
    Hi all...

    I'm generally pretty good with linux but I have run into an issue following this process.

    At first I manually typed in the script and it seemed to work except it complained like in the video about LSB.

    I decided to make sure I had this right so I used the script posted above and replaced my script with it.   Since then I'm not getting VPN to autostart yet I can run the script manually so it's not a permission issue.

    the reported issue I get is:

    vpnserver.service - LSB vpnserver
    loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/vpnserver)
    Active: failed (result: exit-code) since <date/time>
    Process 859 ExecStart/etc/init.d/vpnserver start (code=exited, status=203/EXEC)

    It seems like it is some kind of problem with the vpnserver script.  If I manually run the thing and start it it works just fine.

    Also after following all the steps very carefully when I try to connect from windows (local machine to the pi server so no router in place yet) I can connect the manager just fine.  Connection windows VPN says connected, waits then says:

    A connection to the remote computer could not be established.  You might need to change the network settings for this connection.

    Very strange.  Guess I have some debugging to do...

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