router-to-router VPN problem


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Guest

I have configured 2 windows 2000 machines as routers using dial-on-demand PPTP connection over the internet, I managed to establish the connection between the two sites, and the netwrk from both machines are reachable but no machine in either networks are able to access the other network
I have a sindgle static route on each router, on router A the static rout is 10.11.0.0 sunet mask 255.255.0.0 on router B the static rout is 10.10.0.0 sunet mask 255.255.0.0, any help will be appreciated
 
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Marc Reynolds [MSFT]

Are the clients configured to use the Windows 2000 machines as their default
gateway?

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Thanks,
Marc Reynolds
Microsoft Technical Support

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Abdalla said:
I have configured 2 windows 2000 machines as routers using dial-on-demand
PPTP connection over the internet, I managed to establish the connection
between the two sites, and the netwrk from both machines are reachable but
no machine in either networks are able to access the other network.
I have a sindgle static route on each router, on router A the static rout
is 10.11.0.0 sunet mask 255.255.0.0 on router B the static rout is 10.10.0.0
sunet mask 255.255.0.0, any help will be appreciated
 
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Bill Grant

Have you configured the static routes to use the demand-dial interfaces?
Do both dd interfaces bind to the connection (ie do both dd interfaces show
up as connected in the MMC)?

If both dd interfaces show up as connected, check that the static routes
have actually been added to the routing table (by doing a route print for
each server).
 

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