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I can connect, but cannot ping/route to remote VPN computers

Setup: L2TP VPN Server on a Windows Server 2008 machine which is behind a router, which is behind a modem/router. Modem/Router (IP: 192.168.2.1, Subnet: 255.255.255.0, DHCP serves 192.168.2.2 to ...
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How to access remote lan machines through a ipsec / xl2ptd vpn (maybe iptables related)

I’m trying to do the setup of a IPSEC / XL2TPD VPN for our office, and I’m having some problems accessing the remote local machines after connecting to the VPN. I can connect, and I can browse ...
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Which ports for IPSEC/LT2P?

I have a firewall/router (not doing NAT). I've googled and seen conflicting answers. It seems UDP 500 is the common one. But the others are confusing. 1701, 4500. And some say I need to also ...
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iptables rules to allow L2TP/IPSEC VPN behind firewall

I asked about this on the Smoothwall Express forums but they are understandably reluctant to provide to much help. After all, they really want to sell the commercial version. I need to provide an ...
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L2TP iptables port forward

I'm setting up port forwarding for an L2TP VPN connection to the local Windows 2003 VPN server. The router is a simpel Debian machine with iptables. The VPN server works perfect. But I cannot log in ...