I’m tring to set up L2TP/IPsec VPN connection on Fedora 34 (it could be 33 as well), but fail to succeed. First, why is it not implemented in the network settings? Is there any license issues?
I followed these instructions but it didn’t want to connect. Then I found this post, deleted libreswan and installed strongswan, deleted VPN connection and set it up again. Now it connects to VPN, but I cannot open any web-pages.
When I check “Use this connection only for resources on its network”, everything works, but ignores VPN. If I uncheck it, then it doesn’t open any webpages (the connection does not work). @truster is there a way to test the disabling default route?
I have issues with grub on this laptop. It shows for a second or two and then it goes to CLI (bash I gueass). And as it’s 34 version, it has only 5.11. kernel.
I tried it on Fedora 33 on my old computer, booted in the kernel 5.10.22-200, but the problem still persist. Not sure, but I think I made some kind of mistake. For the VPN setup I have IP, username, password and pre-shared key. All of them I wrote correctly and into correct places.
Sorry for late reply. I didn’t have time to find a workaround, because I had to go back to the office where I don’t need VPN. I think I’ll wait until the final release of Fedora 34 and then try it again. I also have issues with keyboard backlight not working and USB ports also not working while on battery and with TLP installed. But of course with new treads.
Thanks for now