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Parul Bagadia
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hello ppl, my net is working in windows but i want it to run in ubuntu; in ubuntu i have configured VPN settings.. and its showing network as connected; m also getting reply on pinging; but its still not working because its askin for port no. in EDIT-> Preferences->network->settings.. i tried ipconfig, ipcofig /all ;its giving all the addresses includin MAC and IP but not the port no... I even tried with port nos, as 8080 and 88...
show command is not working there... package is not installed....
Autoproxy is not working as well...
What do i do to find the port no.?..
This is urgent...
Thanks if u help me. Happy Diwali.
Oct 16 '09 #1
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Parul Bagadia
188 100+
I really need to get my net working in ubuntu as i have to install certain very important packages... tell me faster plz.
Oct 16 '09 #2
sicarie
4,677 Expert Mod 4TB
@Parul Bagadia
I don't understand what you're trying to do. You have a VPN set up between a Windows device and a Linux device, but that VPN is not working?

What is asking for a port number?
Oct 24 '09 #3

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