I was wondering if someone could help with a scenario i have that i am not sure how to set up regarding a VPN tunnel set up.
I have a Cisco WRVS4400N business router , and on this device , i need to be able to set up a constantly running VPN connection to a Server2008 R2 machine running behind the Cisco ASA5505 firewall.
I have already opened the firewall on port 1723 to allow the VPN connection to pass through and i have tested this connection using telnet and it connects successfully.
The config is as follows: Cisco 4400N firewall - IP address 192.168.5.1 The external IP address of my Server 2008 R2 VM is 81.x.x.x The internal IP address of my server 2008 R2 VM is 172.16.0.121
Basically , I need to set up a tunnel on the Cisco 4400N router to connect to my Server 2008R2 VM behind my firewall .
I am able to create a Windows VPN connection directly from outside the firewall and get it to connect successfully to the Server 2008R2 Server but I am unable to set up the VPN tunnel on the Cisco router.
Is this even possible and also I think that the Cisco ASA5505 wont even come into the configuration , as the VPN is simply passing through this device.
Can anyone help me with this , as I am pulling my hair out?