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How to check log in RedHat VPN server PPTP

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        I have a linux redhat vpn server, just wonder how to check if vpn client has connected to the vpn server, what time they connected in and quit, how do i find that ? under /var/log/ppp the folder inside is empty, any idea ?


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are you sure the vpn is ppp and not, for example, openvpn where it would be /var/log/openvpn.log

if so check that logging is enabled in the config file
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        Below is the screenshot, i dont see openvpn there, and below is the link i follow to build the vpn server



http://freehostinganswers.com/blog/how-to-install-your-own-vpn-server-in-5-mins-pptp-on-centos-redhat-and-ubuntu/


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