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Old 15th October 2008
ryansetiawan ryansetiawan is offline
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Question ng_mppc ??

Hi all,
I'm using MPD5 on freebsd 7 for PPTP VPN, recently i want to enable MPPC, when I look man ng_mppc there's this comment
are supplied to selectively compile in either or both capabilities. At
least one of these must be defined, or else this node type is useless.

The MPPC protocol requires proprietary compression code available from
Hi/Fn (formerly STAC). These files must be obtained elsewhere and added
to the kernel sources before this node type will compile with the
so I think i must compile kernel and include some source code but how can i get the source and what option do i need to add at kernel conf?
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Old 15th October 2008
DNAeon DNAeon is offline
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First for a start have a look at the Handbook, and more specific here:

I have never used MPD5, but a quick google returns this, but the link is a little out-dated:

I guess you'll have to get the files first and build them since it seems they are not included in FreeBSD.

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Old 16th October 2008
ryansetiawan ryansetiawan is offline
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waw Thanks DNAeon, I guess you have right choice of keyword for MPPC googling, because i can't get link that u post. I'll try to download the source
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