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Windows 2008 R2 site-to-site IPSEC tunnel with Juniper: tunnel up but packets are lost

I am stuck on this task almost for 2 days. Organized a site-to-site IPSEC tunnel between Juniper and Windows2008R2 machine (let's call it W2008R2 for reference). W2008R2 is a multihomed machine (2 ...
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Destination host is unreachable in LAN

I have TP-LINK router which gets internet from fiber optic. Router is connected to Server(Microsoft Windows Server 2008R2). My server has 2 Ethernet Card, first one is getting internet(WAN) from ...
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How to route traffic over an active VPN tunnel by domain name?

I set up a VPN tunnel to my web server targetting its FQDN: (e.g. my.server.com) using the built-in Windows 7 VPN feature and the built-in Windows 8 Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) VPN feature. How ...
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Internet traffic will not transfer to another subnet [closed]

I am setting up a Windows Server 2008 R2 server on my home network because I am going to school to become MCITP and I figured it would be good practice. I have two NICs, one connected to the internet ...
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OpenVPN - Routing from one VPN into another

I have the following situation. I have a root server, which acts as a VPN server for my company network and as a VPN client to multiple customer-networks. Every seperate connection works (I can ping ...
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How to see which workstation on our network went to a certain site

We had someone order a laptop from Staples.com with one of our company credit cards on Sept 25. It showed up at our office on the 27th, nobody knew who ordered it, and then it was gone... Someone ...
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How to route traffic from a subnet 10.0.0.x to a network 200.208.88.17

I have the following configuration Router : IP: 200.208.88.17 (Internet) MASK: 255.255.255.40 Server 2003 : IP: 10.0.0.1 (with dhcp server ativated) dhcp scope: 10.0.0.11 ...
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ESXi Simple Network

I'm in the process of revamping my network with the use of ESXi. The structure of my network before was as follows: Public -> Win 2008 R2 Server NIC#1 ADDS/DNS/DHCP/RRAS NIC#2 -> ...
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Internet routing doesn't work in LAN on a two NIC's (WAN + LAN) Windows Server 2008 R2

We have the following network setup: A) Modem (192.168.0.1) with DHCP disabled B) Windows Server 2008 R2 with dual NIC: B1) WAN interface (192.168.0.2) B2) LAN interface (192.168.1.2) C) Switch ...
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No TCP connections to hosts behind VPN server (SYN, SYN-ACK, but no ACK), UDP, ICMP works

I'm probably doing something incredibly stupid, but I just can't seem to figure out what. Here's what I'm trying to accomplish: I want remote users to be able to log into our network, so I set up a ...
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Webserver cannot access external resources, but website is working fine

I have a pair of webservers (Windows 2008 R2) configured with NLB. The website on the server can be accessed without any issues by external as well as internal clients. But the neither of the ...
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one way routing

I have two computers connected with VPN, and some virtual machines on each. I want everything to see each other (that is basically 4 different networked machines). What I've not managed so far is that ...
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Accessing other VPNs networks through a VPN connection

We have a Windows 2008 R2 server box, which connects to a Customer VPN. Customer VPN: Assigns a 10.10.10.x IP when connected Owns a resource in their 172.x.x.x subnet that I needs to access On ...
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How to make same server IP accessible from multiple interfaces that are not bridged on Windows 2008 R2?

My server have two interfaces (e.g. A, B) that are not bridged. These interfaces have different IP adresses (e.g. 192.168.1.1, 10.0.0.1). These IP addresses are in different subnets. I need to ...
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Routing & Remote Access in WS2008 R2 without DHCP role installed?

I currently have Routing & Remote Access enabled, and in the properties dialog, under the IPv4 tab, I am able to select DHCP or Static address pool. I currently do not have DHCP role installed on ...
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How to route lan traffic from one NIC to vpn connection that uses another NIC

I have a server (windows server 2008 r2) with two nics. One is connected to a local lan, the other to the internet. It has a vpn connection setup to connect across the internet to another server to ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 RAS VPN: access server on internal interface ip

short question: I'm usually a linux admin but need to setup a Win2k8 R2 server for a student project. The server is running as VM on a root server and has a public internet IP assigned. Additionally I ...
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Cannot Ping a server after configuring the Routing and Remote Access Services

After configuring the Routing and Remote Access Services to be a both VPN and NAT service, I cannot ping that server anymore from the external side. But when I configure it to be just a VPN server, or ...
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How should I set up multiple NICs for Hyper-V?

I have a PowerEdge server that has 1 management NIC and 4 other NICs. I have the management NIC set up so that I can access iDRAC and it works great. Now I'd like to set up Windows 2008 R2 Hyper-V. ...
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Routing based on source address in Windows Server 2008 R2

I'm implementing a direct routing load balanced solution using Windows Server 2008 R2 as back-end server. I've configured a loopback interface with the external IP address. This works, I am receiving ...