pvpnd is a simple daemon which greatly simplifies the task of setting up an PPP-over-SSH tunnel
pvpnd is a simple daemon which greatly simplifies the task of setting up an PPP-over-SSH tunnel. And you don't even need root access to the other side of the tunnel to do it. All you need is a shell account where you can run slirp. Configuration is quite easy. You can find docs are in the file itself.
Simply drop this file somewhere where you can run it, create
/etc/pvpnd.conf file according to instructions below. Run
pvnpnd as root to start VPNs.
All the configuration is normally done in the /etc/pvpnd.conf file each line is on the format "parameter: value", empty lines are ignored, and everything after a # is considered a comment. You can also send configuration options on the command line with the syntax "parameter=value". All configuration options given on the command line are considered global. A typical use for this would be to run 'pvnpnd debug=1' to find out why it's not working. If a 'host' parameter is present on the command line, the config file will not be read. For normal usage, pvpnd should be started without any parameters.
tags you can the command command line parameter value configuration options run pvnpnd conf file can run etc pvpnd pvpnd conf where you
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