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Windows 2000 Server VPN and NAT

By abu.thomas ·
I set up Windows 2000 Server VPN using Routing and Remote Access. It worked initially. Now our network is NAT enabled and VPN stopped working. Port 1723 and GRE 47 are mapped to the right private address inside the router.

The VPN server has private IP address that is mapped to public address. The client stops at veryfying username and password and gives this error: "Error 619: The specified port is not connected". Is there anything different that I have to set up in the VPN server to make it work.



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by CG IT In reply to Windows 2000 Server VPN a ...

whats the remote access policies? Is the user whos trying to access have an allow rule or a member of the group who has an allow rule granting access? Remote Access is that if the inbound traffic doesn't meet a requirement at any stage, they are denied.

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by abu.thomas In reply to Windows 2000 Server VPN a ...

I got it fixed.

All rules have been applied properly, including remote access ploicies. It seems that there is some problem when I test it using Public IP from inside the LAN, but from outside, it works.


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