Get a Static IP using a VPS and PPTP

Get a Static IP using a VPS and PPTP

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Mike McMullan

at 4:56 am

Can finally put a face to the name. 


at 5:23 am

Epix man, thanks cause with damn Comcast you can’t get no static ips unless your with a business account but now this helps thanks man!


at 6:56 am

finally I saw your face …. 


at 8:40 pm

thanks a lot dude…and nice to see you again  🙂

Peter Batah

at 2:26 am

So that’s what you look like. Nice to attach a face to the voice.

L.A James

at 3:03 pm

Error in your code on github.
nano /etc/ppp/ppptd-options SHOULD BE nano /etc/ppp/pptpd-options


at 8:22 pm

No HD? Hard to read code. 

Pedro Simão

at 1:29 am

Hi, I had this error while installing the pptpd:

dpkg: error processing iptables-persistent (–configure):
 subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1
Errors were encountered while processing:
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

Do you know how I can solve it?

Charlotte Linlin

at 10:01 am

so whats better for gaming? 



at 1:28 pm

Thanks !

Roberto Feliciano

at 2:43 pm

I keep getting error 619

Roberto Feliciano

at 4:41 pm

I have been reading every post on F!@#$^% Google and cant find a solution to connect to the VPN.


at 5:19 pm

I have multiple IPs on my VPS. Could I set up a PPTP client on pfSense and assign a few IPs to the pfSense PPTP client so I can do 1:1 NAT to my servers at home?

Jack Shiels

at 10:38 pm

Worked great! But only on Debian 7. 9 failed to start the daemon. I’m not experienced enough in SSH and linux to know why, but my Debian 7 box is doing this just fine. Appreciate it!