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VPN by iPhone work but at MacBook doesn't work! why ?


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Hello

I use Virtual Private Network.(VPN) L2TP

at iPhone connect and receive data

at MacBook connect but doesn't receive data

what is difference between VPN configure at iOS and OSX ?

For iPhone I did this Instruction :

VPN L2TP iPhone, iPad and iTouch Setup Instructions | StrongVPN.com

I Choose "L2TP" tab.
Enter Server, Account, Password and Secret
Send All Traffic should be ON.


and for MacBook I did :

Mac OS X 10.5 VPN

I Enter the VPN server’s IP address and user name.
Select Authentication Settings… and then enter the password. enter the shared secret.
the "Send all traffic over VPN connection" check box should be marked.

Where do I mistake ?

Thanks in advance
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and for MacBook I did :

Mac OS X 10.5 VPN
Are you still using Leopard on your MacBook? Since you didn't mention anything about your setup..... ?
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no sorry I have OS X v 10.8.4
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The reason I asked is because the VPN setup link you provided is for Leopard. It may no longer work for Mountain Lion. Any software including a VPN that contains PPC code is not going to work on Lion or Mountain Lion.
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