[pptp-server] Help Please
asaenz at Found-Tech.com
Fri May 3 15:22:32 CDT 2002
I can ping the internal i/f of my VPN server and ip forwarding is turned on.
Any other ideas?
I still cannot ping past the VPN server into my network
client------------ext vpn int--------------Lan
10.10.10.180 .179 .101 10.10.10.0
I can ping the .101 internal i/f, just can't get past it
From: Vodo Baas [mailto:vodo_baas at hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 4:06 PM
To: asaenz at Found-Tech.com
Subject: Re: [pptp-server] Help Please
You may need to enable packet forwarding on the VPN server to get from the
virtual connection to the NIC.
>From: Al Saenz <asaenz at Found-Tech.com>
>To: "'pptp-server at lists.schulte.org'" <pptp-server at lists.schulte.org>
>Subject: [pptp-server] Help Please
>Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 14:11:41 -0400
>I have successfully connected to my poptop server using a windows 2000
>I have no firewall in the path nor NAT. This is in a lab environment.
>After establishing a connection with the VPN server I can ping my (laptop)
>i/f address and the virtual i/f address of the VPN server I cannot ping any
>ip address on its internal i/f.
>The range of ipaddress issued from the vpn server are on the same network
>the internal i/f on the server. I also have the same netmask setup in my
>options file and I have proxyarp in that same file.
>Any help would be greatly appreciated
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