The company for whom I work have switched broadband provider to B.T. (British Telecomm) using a BT 2700HGV router, I have configured the port forwarding on the router to allow port 1723 and 47 through the firewall and to go to the Linux server running pptp. This does work, however when I connect remotely I cannot
telnet to the other servers on the network, I do have a correct local I.P. address and I can
ping them and
ssh to them.
This did work on the router used on the old broadband connexion. Any thoughts as to what is blocking telnet, surely I am part of the local network with the same restrictions and freedoms as if I were on the LAN?