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Some clients on a VPN network are not reachable

The problem of this model is that some (only some) clients cannot be reached. See the link below for more information about the model which is being described in the upcoming section. Problem ...
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86 views

Branch to Branch VPN through HQ router?

I've just upgraded our router and am working my way through setting it up as the old one was. The new router is a Draytek Vigor 3900. We have a number of sites with IPSec tunnels dialling in to our ...
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Can't see all servers through VPN

I set up routing and remote access on a customer's 2003 server. Everything works, I can connect no problem. There are two servers in the domain. One is a 2003 Small Business DomainServer, the other is ...
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180 views

Pinging between hosts through Layer2 tunnel fails

I have some serious problems with my newly setup network with a Layer 2 VPN tunnel. I draw a little diagram to show the simple version of the setup: The green lines are through the VPN, the blue ...
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395 views

Cannot ping some PC on VPN

I've set up VPN network between office and shop. Everything seems to be ok except for the fact that I can ping simple devices only. For example, we have scales with TCP/IP interface. So, from the ...
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1answer
847 views

unable to access a NAT'ed IP via a VPN on Windows 7

I connect to a range of servers hosted by one provider via a VPN. I can connect to the VPN fine, however when I then go and try and connect to the server(s) it fails. A NAT'ed IP address that has ...
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179 views

Windows 2003 VPN, client connected to server, but can only ping part of servers

My Windows 2003 server has an integrated ethernet card as well as a dlink card. Using "Configure your server wizard", I successfully created a VPN server. The server IP is : 192.168.123.1 and ...
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91 views

LAN to LAN VPN connectivity issues

I have a route-based VPN with limited functionality. My computers on site-A can ping one workstation on site-B, it happens to be the only workstation that is not part of the domain that has been ...
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54 views

Different network response for indentical co-located machines

We have a situation as follows: We have a two different virtual machines (VMs) on some remote server farm. The machines are identical in terms of hardware/software(OS) configurations. We have a ...
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138 views

Windows Server 2008 ignores any change made to firewall

I have been trying for the last 2 hours to make my Windows Server 2008 answer ping. I have tried almost every single solution I have found on the web, so far nothing work. My current setup: 2 NIC ...
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2answers
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NetBIOS names over VPN

I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 box hosting a VPN to grant remote access to a home network. The network does not and will not have a domain. (I need FUS on XP machines) The VPN works fine, except ...
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pptp on Ubuntu server can't ping other machines on the LAN

We have a simple pptp setup on our windows 2k3 server. So far all clients can connect just fine, mac and windows. However I tried connecting an ubuntu server using pptp and the connection is fine I ...
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Ping a computer over VPN when ip is in conflict

I usually connect to a remote server over Remote Desktop Connection, however this time it doesn't work (for this particular new server) and I don't really know what to blame. I connect to the network ...
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VPN failure between two remote offices

I have three offices all with broadband routers feeding into Server 2003 running Routing and Remote Access that provides the clients with internet access. I have setup VPN connection between site1 ...