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Re: Cannot connect
- From: Adam Dinwoodie <adam at dinwoodie dot org>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Cc: Kai Hartrampf <kaihartrampf at yahoo dot de>
- Date: Sun, 16 Aug 2015 21:26:29 +0100
- Subject: Re: Cannot connect
- Authentication-results: sourceware.org; auth=none
- References: <55CB56D8 dot 2070804 at yahoo dot de>
On 12/08/2015 15:23, Kai Hartrampf wrote:
I'm located in China, Guangzhou and cannot connect for some reason.
I usually use IPSec, it works very well for me.
Please see the Log below, it says that I should report this problem to
I have already downloaded and re-installed the newest version of my VPN,
but it still doesn't work.
Aug 12 10:19:14 PM: WiTopia Windows 18.104.22.168
Aug 12 10:19:14 PM: Viscosity IPSec Engine Started
Aug 12 10:19:14 PM: Running on Microsoft Windows 10 Home
Aug 12 10:19:14 PM: ---------
Aug 12 10:19:14 PM: Bringing up interface
Aug 12 10:19:14 PM: Checking reachability status of connection...
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: Connection is reachable. Starting connection attempt.
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: 0 [main] vpnc 4484 find_fast_cwd: WARNING:
Couldn't compute FAST_CWD pointer. Please report this problem to
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: the public mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: warning: unknown configuration directive in
./config.conf at line 1
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: te
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: tevpnc version 0.5.3
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: Device: WiTopia
Aug 12 10:19:15 PM: TAP-Win32 Driver Version 9.21
Aug 12 10:19:16 PM: response was invalid :
Aug 12 10:19:16 PM: Stream returned null value
Aug 12 10:19:16 PM: Lost pipe to helper service
Aug 12 10:19:16 PM: Bringing down interface
Aug 12 10:19:16 PM: Bringing down routes
Aug 12 10:19:16 PM: State changed to Disconnected
(Cc'ing you as I'm not sure you're signed up to the list.)
It looks like you're using WiTopia, which evidently uses some Cygwin
applications under the covers. Your best bet is to contact WiTopia for
support here; the people on this list will likely know nothing about how
WiTopia uses Cygwin, so there is very little we can do.
If you do want to get support here, please take a look at the problem
reporting guidelines at https://cygwin.com/problems.html. In particular,
we need the `cygcheck -s -r -v` output, which tells us about your system
configuration. If WiTopia haven't provided access to that utility, there
is incredibly little we can do, so you will have to return to WiTopia
It is probably also worth noting that, while WiTopia is a paid-for
service, Cygwin is free, and the people on this mailing list are (with
very few exceptions) volunteers. If you want paid-for support, as
opposed to whatever the volunteers here decide to volunteer to look at,
you should go hassle the people you're paying :)
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