You need to download and install the SoftEther VPN Client software. You can get it free from their official website (https://www.softether.org).
Install it and run. You need to create a local virtual network interface adapter. After that create a profile with following parameters.
route -p ADD X.X.X.X MASK M.M.M.M 10.8.140.254
makecommand and accept all license agreements by entering the number relevant to “Yes”.
makecommand process, start the vpn client using
sudo ./vpnclient start
./vpncmdand select No
3to enter to
Use of VPN Tools (certificate creation and Network Traffic Speed Test Tool)option.
./vpncmdon a terminal opened inside <folder_1>
Management of VPN Clientoption.
Hostname of IP Address of Destination
NicCreate <name for virtual interface>
In this case :
Destination VPN Server Host Name and Port Number:<VPN IP address>:<SoftEther VPN Port>
Destination Virtual Hub Name: <Hub Name>
Connecting User Name: <Username of LMS, Moodle, UoM_Wireless, UoM Email>
Used Virtual Network Adapter Name: <Created virtual interface’s name>
Destination VPN Server Host Name and Port Number:svpn.mrt.ac.lk:443
Destination Virtual Hub Name: <Enter the appropriate one according to the following drop down>
Connecting User Name: <UoM Username>
Used Virtual Network Adapter Name: vpn_se (the one created in above step)
The command completed successfullymessage if you do it correctly.
Setup a password to the created account.
AccountPassword <UoM Username>
Specify standard or radius:give
AccountListand check the connectivity. If you get Connected status it is good to go for the next step.
sudo ifconfig. Now you should see the virtual network adapter you created earlier. But you do not have a ip address for it.
sudo dhclient <virtual_network_adapter_name>eg:
sudo dhclient <vpn_vpn_se>
sudo netstat -rncommand to see the routing table. You need to add a static route here.
sudo ip route add <gateway of the ip range of your virtual network adapter>/<subnetmask> via 10.8.140.254