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VPN - Static / Dynamic

By RowdySH ·
Hi there,

I am completey stumped.

I have configured a VPN using RRAS on Windows 2000 Server. The RRAS server provides a DHCP address to the connecting client. The VPN is accessed through a static IP address.

Once the person logs in they then have access to 2 different internal ranges through the creation of a static route: 192.168.1.0 range and a 192.168.0.0 range.

Here's whats troubling me:

I have tested this with dial-up modem, and from a permanent public IP address with no problems ie, I can access both ranges through the use of static routing in RRAS as well. However on my cable internet at home which has a dynamic IP I can only connect to the 192.168.1.0 range, and the other range simply times out. The only other thing I can think of is at home I also have RRAS setup on Windows 2003 for Internet sharing and also assigning IP address to my machines.

Any ideas? I don't think it's operating system specific for the client as I've successfuly connected via XP Pro and also Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition.

It's got me stumped!

Let me know If I haven't explained something clearly enough.

Thankyou,

Rohan

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by Gooser12 In reply to VPN - Static / Dynamic

Are you using any firewalls or internet protection devices that may be stopping the connection?

I know that with Norton Internet Security you have to set up a range of IP addresses that is allowed for the VPN Connection to work.

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by george In reply to VPN - Static / Dynamic

What is your IP range at home? If it is the same subnet as you are trying to access on the VPN, then that's the problem.

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by RowdySH In reply to VPN - Static / Dynamic

Thanks for your help guys I'll be trying these out on Thursday night.

Let you know.

Rohan

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by TechKid In reply to VPN - Static / Dynamic

do a tracert from your home computer to your rras server at work. then do a tracert from the rras server at work to your home computer

this should tell you at what device(s) the packets get dropped. then you can troubleshoot from there

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