Win2003 RRAS VPN Setup Issue


G

Greg Fischer

I have a Win2003 configured behind a Linksys DSL/Cable
router. The Win2003 system has one NIC. It can connect to
the Internet fine.

Machines on the internal 192.168.1.X subnet can VPN
(PPTP) to the 2003 machine.

The Linksys is configure to port forward 47 and 1723.

When I try to setup a VPN connection from outside the
firewall, the connection is denied and the following
error shows up in the IPRouterManager.LOG file:

[1072] 09:00:55: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1072] 09:00:55: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default
route 198.235.56.1/32

Other log files indicate that the connection is being
initiated. I have tried from various different public IP
networks.

Any thoughts?
 
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S

Sharoon Shetty K [MSFT]

What is the error the VPN client is getting? Does the user have dial-in
permission?

Sharoon
 
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G

Guest

Sharoon:
Sorry for the delay.
The client inititates the connection, gets connected,
tries to authenticate, and then times out. I don't think
it is a permissions issue as we have set up VPN access
for all users, and we have tried connecting using
Administrator.
I suspect that the client doesn't hear back from the
server because of the server's router issues as listed
below.
Any thoughts?
-----Original Message-----
What is the error the VPN client is getting? Does the user have dial-in
permission?

Sharoon

Greg Fischer said:
I have a Win2003 configured behind a Linksys DSL/Cable
router. The Win2003 system has one NIC. It can connect to
the Internet fine.

Machines on the internal 192.168.1.X subnet can VPN
(PPTP) to the 2003 machine.

The Linksys is configure to port forward 47 and 1723.

When I try to setup a VPN connection from outside the
firewall, the connection is denied and the following
error shows up in the IPRouterManager.LOG file:

[1072] 09:00:55: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1072] 09:00:55: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default
route 198.235.56.1/32

Other log files indicate that the connection is being
initiated. I have tried from various different public IP
networks.

Any thoughts?

.
 

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