PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 RAS Routing > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles How do I configure this? -- Bruce J MCP, MCDST, Network+, Security+ "Bruce J" wrote: > I am having problems setting up a VPN using L2TP/IPsec using a pre-shared > key. This is the capture of traffic in port 4500 taken in the server where the IP 192.168.2.10 is the interface conected to the modem-router and 88.00.00.000 would be the public IP Loading...
Sign in 9 Loading... RAS server has a public IP > > (firewalled) and a private IP (for corporate LAN)...authentication is via > > IAS installed on win2003 DC's...client is using standard dial-up (no NAT). No response from remote computer. still no joy...error 678...server did not respond.
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So > I am fairly confident it is not a firewall issue. > > The fact that PPTP works with EAP-TLS would seem to imply that it is not a > RRAS and IAS servers have computer certificates in local store. Loading... Certs share a common root chain with those on servers. > > > 2) Does the RRAS server have both it's own server > > certificate (good for IPSec) and it's
either way...that was the closest i've been to getting this working...its been 'server did not respond' ever since. Notice that the server never sends an UDP-ESP packet. In that case I'm barking up the wrong tree with certificate troubleshooting...I can't even establish a connection with preshared keys. over here That is all.
I have configured RRAS with the pre-shared key and also the XP client. i have a choice of IPSEC and >> >> IPSEC (offline request). >> > >> > Those aren't different certs, just different ways to >> > issue them (I believe.) >> In RRAS on win2003...RRAS properties...security tab...'allow custom ipsec policy for l2tp connection'...type in a preshared key in the provided field. > >> i'll have to give this a try...do you know Any help would be appreciated? -- Bruce J MCP, MCDST, Network+, Security+ Bruce J, Jan 10, 2008 #1 Advertisements Bruce J Guest I have since discovered by using "netsh ipsec
I haven’t even try with certificates, just with a shared key, which is indeed the same in both machines. http://developers-club.com/posts/128742/ Windows Server TechCenter Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 (한국어)中华人民共和国 (中文)台灣 (中文)日本 (日本語) HomeWindows Had some similar VPN problems that got resolved . To be honest, I just looked at what reverse route injection is!
comments powered by Disqus /body> Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 RAS Routing > L2TP/IPSEC - error 678 Discussion in 'Microsoft PC SYNERGi 209,736 views 12:02 Windows xp - connect to a wireless network - Duration: 2:46. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. There is no traffic at all in port 1701.
Monday, March 07, 2011 4:36 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi aznarepse, Your XP client change register for NAT-T, is it refer toKB818043? I am very sorry and frustrated also, for I relay on my server a lot for both, security and data. Chuck Charpentier 18,787 views 5:33 Erro 769 no Windows Speedy - Duration: 4:20.
When responding to posts via your newsreader,please "Reply to Group" so that others may learn and benefit from yourissue.Microsoft engineers can only focus on one issue per thread. There is not firewall in the server and the Nic connected to the router has the basic firewall deactivated; there is just a NAT on the router, which is “VPN through Discussion in 'Server Networking' started by Bruce J, Jan 10, 2008. So > I am fairly confident it is not a firewall issue. > > The fact that PPTP works with EAP-TLS would seem to imply that it is not a >
I've also experienced a restricted number of L2TP connections from NAT-ed vpn clients behind one public IP to a non NAT-ed Win 2003 VPN server... L2TP/IPSEC fails...with both preshared keys or EAP...error 678 'server did not respond'. The initial traffic between the client and server is clearly NAT-T and runs over 4500. Can you ping the server from the client?
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I am using a public network and am not sure about routers that might be between the XP machine and internet. Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Following your advise, I have captured the traffic through the ports 500, 4500 and 1701 in both machines, client and server.
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