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Old 12-05-2009, 05:00 PM
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Default Openggsn problem

I am using linux kernel 2.6.25. I have tried installing tun-1.1. After I use "modprobe tun" , and use "ps aux | grep tun" , I can not see any id (a blank line prints). I am not sure if it is correctly working or not.

Secondly, I have a problem using sgsnemu. I am running sgsnemu and ggsn on machines with IP and respectively. I use remote and when it comes to the listening address, I'm lost. Please guide me on what address to use for listening in sgsnemu.conf file ? I am using a LAN net
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