General discussion

  • Creator
    Topic
  • #2316410

    router to router VPN between W2k and win2k3

    Locked

    by mr.meaner ·

    My Senario

    Server1 Windows 2003 Primary Controller (server1.mysite.local)
    Ip. External. Cable Modem 68.x.x.150
    Internal 192.168.100.1

    Server2 Windows 2000 A Forest Controller
    (Server2.w2k.mysite.local)
    Ip External Cable Modem 63.x.x.188
    Ip internal 20.20.20.50

    Here’s what I’m doing
    Server 1
    Install RRAS
    Create demand dial connection with interface name Srv1router, VPN Type pptp, ip address of connecting router 63.x.x.188
    (Static Route address:63.x.x.188 Subnet mask 255.255.255.255, Metric 1. Dial in account called srv1router, Dial out account called srv2router

    Server 2
    Install RRAS
    Create demand dial connection with interface name Srv2router, VPN Type pptp, ip address of connecting router 68.x.x.150
    (Static Route address:68.x.x.150 Subnet mask 255.255.255.255, Metric 1. Dial in account srv2router Dial out account called srv1router

    What am I doing wrong? Communication between the two servers stop. I loose the ability to ping server or access it web server. The Demand dial interface on both servers display connecting and never connect. I believe my problem has something to do with the static routes or how server1 vpn is setup but I?m not sure

    Thanks in advance for your help

All Comments

  • Author
    Replies
    • #3378753

      router to Router VPN Win2k and Win2k3

      by mr.meaner ·

      In reply to router to router VPN between W2k and win2k3

      Here is the background on my project. Sorry but it got left out my initial post.

      I know this should be an easy task but I am having problems creating a router to router vpn using PPTP and window 2003 and Windows 2000 as the router. I would like to make two persistant connections between the two servers. Each server should be able to talk to one another at any time. All workstions should be able to see eachother and exchange files with the other office. For this example there is no firewall on either side and each server controls internet traffic for their own workstation computers.

Viewing 0 reply threads