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    VPN in 2003

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    by vikramsokhi ·

    Hi Guys,

    My name is Vikram

    I am working as Network and system Support Engineer. I have a question and hope u guys can help me with that.

    My company wants that users can accress the company network from home and do work if they are off from the work . My present network setup is I am running windows 2003 SBS with exchange server and internet connection is provided by NTL (service provider) via broadband so my sbs 2003 server shares the internet connection with other users on the network. We are not useing ISa server because it gives us problem in shareing internet if ISA is running I dont know why.

    I need to know how can I setup my SBS 2003 to support VPN and allow users to work from home. What setting do i need to change on server and what setting on clients. Do i need any new hardware

    Please guys help me …. waiting for your quick reply

    many thanks

    Vikram

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    • #2911905

      Clarifications

      by vikramsokhi ·

      In reply to VPN in 2003

      Clarifications

    • #2912924

      This should help…

      by jellimonsta ·

      In reply to VPN in 2003

    • #2912905

      VPN endpoint and authentication

      by dumphrey ·

      In reply to VPN in 2003

      will depend alot on what firewall device you are using instead of ISA.
      If you have a PIX in place I can peer mail you all the info you need. But without knowing your hardware (router etc) its very hard to say.

      • #2912628

        VPN

        by vikramsokhi ·

        In reply to VPN endpoint and authentication

        Thanks for the reply guys… I am not useing any firewall I am using a ADSL router provided by ISP. So is it possible to configure VPN on server 2003 with ADSL router whihc have dynamic IP address. Please feel fee to email me. my email address is vikramsokhi@googlemail.com

        Hope to hear from you soon.

        Mnay thanks

        Vikram

        • #2913540

          Email

          by jellimonsta ·

          In reply to VPN

          Vikram,
          I would take your Email address out of that reply, or at least break it up for it is not a valid address (replace @ with *AT*).
          Did you see the link I gave, that blog shows the steps for enabling VPN on SBS 2003.

        • #2913362

          VPN

          by vikramsokhi ·

          In reply to Email

          I have checked the link I have done all that on my server but its still not working when ever i try to connect from the xp client. May be because i am using ADSL router … So if you can please help me that be wounderful Hope to hear from you guys soon.

          Many thanks

          Vikram

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