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I have my home network (connected to internet via VPN) and my "MS-based" work network (opened to internet via VPN). In windows I can easily create two VPN connections to ...
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    Connect to Windows Domain via VPN tunnel


    I have my home network (connected to internet via VPN) and my "MS-based" work network (opened to internet via VPN).
    In windows I can easily create two VPN connections to enter my Work domain, but how can I do that in Linux? Network Manager allows only one VPN connection...
    The best way is to create pptp tunnel over configured in Network Manager ppp0. I've googled a lot but still didn't find any working example. Can u help with that?
    May be u have any other ideas?
    Thanks for answers

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    Try OpenVPN. As many tunnels as you want, multiple services if you need them, client to host, host to host, push routes, clients for linux, windows, mac, etc, etc, etc.

    I'm no expert in any way with OpenVPN, but there is so much information on the net it's easy to set up.

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    Thanks for direction

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    It looks like OpenVPN needs it's own vpn server, so I have to use pptp

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