Don't know what you have found so far, but may need to use some commands attached to the network manager applet on login or boot-up of your machinehttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/VPNClient
The Cisco VPNC client is available in the vpnc package (SPM).
Configuration files are stored in /etc/vpnc, which was protected to root on my installation so you might need to use sudo for all commands here. Copy example.conf to myvpn.conf
The area of inquiry I would be checking into!
sudo cp /etc/vpnc/example.conf /etc/vpnc/myvpn.conf
and edit the new file to look like this:
Also the VPN connection must also work, and then it would be a matter of inteconnecting the two aps
http://askubuntu.com/questions/43465/ho ... rk-manager
- Network manager or nm-applet
- And your partyicaular VPN client and server connections..
--there were apparently some bugs with openVPN, however this link offers some work-arounds, and if that isn't helpful, then the script samples ( or just the commands being used) may be of some value to you..Ubuntu's pages on this isue, may work ..http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Prec ... Management
--index pagehttp://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Prec ... _daemon.29
That's my try at the problem initially..