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       pptpsetup - Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol setup


           pptpsetup --create <TUNNEL> --server <SERVER> [--domain <DOMAIN>]
                     --username <USERNAME> [--password <PASSWORD>]
                     [--encrypt] [--start]

           pptpsetup --delete <TUNNEL>


       PPTP Client is a Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD client for the proprietary Microsoft
       Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol, PPTP.

       This script configures PPTP Client on Linux.


       --create TUNNEL create a tunnel named TUNNEL

       --delete TUNNEL delete the file /etc/ppp/peers/TUNNEL and any lines from
                       /etc/ppp/chap-secrets that contains "TUNNEL" as a single word

       --server SERVER the IP address or host name of the server

       --domain DOMAIN the authentication domain name (optional)

       --username USERNAME
                       the username you are to use

       --password PASSWORD
                       the password you are to use. If you don't specify a password, pptpsetup
                       will ask for one.

       --encrypt       whether encryption is required

       --start         whether the connection should be started after configuration.


       Nelson Ferraz <nferraz at>, based on James Cameron's PPTP Client Debian HOWTO.


       PPTP Client Debian HOWTO

       PPTP Client Diagnosis HOWTO


       pptpsetup - Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol setup

       Copyright (C) 2006 Nelson Ferraz

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