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([https://roseshare.rose-hulman.edu/storage/u.svc/download.dn/fid/816521741589750591_13592231390549000959 Rose Global Connect Instructions])
 
([https://roseshare.rose-hulman.edu/storage/u.svc/download.dn/fid/816521741589750591_13592231390549000959 Rose Global Connect Instructions])
  
On the bone, get the installation file.
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On the bone, get the installation file and untar it.
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bone$ '''cd /tmp'''
 
  bone$ '''VERS=PanGPLinux-5.1.1-c17.tgz'''
 
  bone$ '''VERS=PanGPLinux-5.1.1-c17.tgz'''
 
  bone$ '''wget -O $VERS https://roseshare.rose-hulman.edu/storage/u.svc/download.dn/fid/5504766564276453800_3845984564090334472'''
 
  bone$ '''wget -O $VERS https://roseshare.rose-hulman.edu/storage/u.svc/download.dn/fid/5504766564276453800_3845984564090334472'''
 
  bone$ '''tar -xvf $VERS'''
 
  bone$ '''tar -xvf $VERS'''
sudo apt install ./GlobalProtect_deb_arm-5.1.1.0-17.deb
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Install.
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bone$ '''sudo apt install ./GlobalProtect_deb_arm-5.1.1.0-17.deb'''
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Run the VPN.  Substitute your Rose username for ''username''.
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bone$ '''globalprotect'''
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>> '''connect -p gp.rose-hulman.edu -u ''username''@rose-hulman.edu'''
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Retrieving configuration...                                           
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gp.rose-hulman.edu - Enter login credentials                         
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(e.g. username@rose-hulman.edu)
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username(yoder@rose-hulman.edu):
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Password:
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Discovering network...                                               
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Connecting...                                                         
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Connected                                                             
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>> '''quit'''
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You are now connected.  Find you Rose ip address.
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bone$ '''ip a show gpd0'''
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3: gpd0: <POINTOPOINT,MULTICAST,NOARP,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1400 qdisc pfifo_fast state UNKNOWN group default qlen 500
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    link/none
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    inet 137.112.193.177/32 scope global gpd0
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        valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever
  
globalprotect
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Disconnect when done.
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bone$ '''globalprotect'''
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>> '''disconnect'''
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>> '''quit'''
  
>> connect -p gp.rose-hulman.edu -u username@rose-hulman.edu
 
>> quit
 
 
ip a show gpd0
 
3: gpd0: <POINTOPOINT,MULTICAST,NOARP,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1400 qdisc pfifo_fast state UNKNOWN group default qlen 500
 
    link/none
 
    inet 137.112.193.177/32 scope global gpd0
 
      valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever
 
 
globalprotect
 
>> disconnect
 
>> quit
 
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 08:34, 29 July 2020

thumb‎ Embedded Linux Class by Mark A. Yoder


Here are instructions for connecting to Rose-Hulman's VPN via Global Connect. (Rose Global Connect Instructions)

On the bone, get the installation file and untar it.

bone$ cd /tmp
bone$ VERS=PanGPLinux-5.1.1-c17.tgz
bone$ wget -O $VERS https://roseshare.rose-hulman.edu/storage/u.svc/download.dn/fid/5504766564276453800_3845984564090334472
bone$ tar -xvf $VERS

Install.

bone$ sudo apt install ./GlobalProtect_deb_arm-5.1.1.0-17.deb

Run the VPN. Substitute your Rose username for username.

bone$ globalprotect
>> connect -p gp.rose-hulman.edu -u username@rose-hulman.edu
Retrieving configuration...                                            
gp.rose-hulman.edu - Enter login credentials                           

(e.g. username@rose-hulman.edu)
username(yoder@rose-hulman.edu):
Password:
Discovering network...                                                 
Connecting...                                                          
Connected                                                              
>> quit

You are now connected. Find you Rose ip address.

bone$ ip a show gpd0
3: gpd0: <POINTOPOINT,MULTICAST,NOARP,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1400 qdisc pfifo_fast state UNKNOWN group default qlen 500
    link/none 
    inet 137.112.193.177/32 scope global gpd0
       valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever

Disconnect when done.

bone$ globalprotect
>> disconnect
>> quit




thumb‎ Embedded Linux Class by Mark A. Yoder