How To - Set Up PPTP VPN from the Cipafilter Interface

How To - Set Up PPTP VPN from the Cipafilter Interface

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Step 1. Navigate to the VPN page under Networking.


Step 2. Check the 'Enable PPTP' checkbox.


Step 3. In the 'Client IP Range' enter an IP range. This is going to be an IP range that is not in use by your network. Preferably on a separate class entirely.
 Note: You can enter a subnet using CIDR notation (eg., or an IP range (eg.

Step 4. Confirm that your settings are correct and click 'Save and Apply'.


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