L2TP/IPSec


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I run SBS2000 at the office and I want to connect to the office server from home. I have PPTP working but I would like to use L2TP/IPSec. I have two computers at home, an XPPro machine and XPHome system. I have ICS and a firewall (the one that comes w/ XPpro) configured on the XPpro machine. Can I use L2TP/IPSec on the client computer that is running NAT?
 
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Dusty Harper {MS}

You need to allow UDP ports 500 and 4500 through the NAT for IKE as well as
UDP 1701 for L2TP.

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Robert H said:
I run SBS2000 at the office and I want to connect to the office server
from home. I have PPTP working but I would like to use L2TP/IPSec. I have
two computers at home, an XPPro machine and XPHome system. I have ICS and a
firewall (the one that comes w/ XPpro) configured on the XPpro machine. Can
I use L2TP/IPSec on the client computer that is running NAT?
 

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