so far, no matter what i put in the routing table (based on what i read), the browser can't get to the proxy server. so, what i did is just item 3.2 (for the tunnel) and 3.3 (for the proxy). my internet browser (using the proxy) has absolutely no problems now, but i can't do stuffs like wget and ssh.
4) my checking point is the browser - I mean, if everything goes well, my browser should be able to connect to the proxy server for internet access. you're right, adding the default route to ppp0 simply kills the connection. i've just realized that i haven't really route 'everything' to the tunnel, right?
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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. 2) I created pptp configuration in /etc/ppp/ directory as instructed and executed "pppd call my_tunnel". You add route to 1.196 via 10.11.0.1, add default route via ppp0.
A large burst of routing table updates can occur if a router or a link on a network fails or changes.
When a burst of routing table updates occurs, there is a potential that the primary unit could flood the subordinate units with routing table updates.