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firewall VPN location loses connection to only one file server, weirdest thing I've ever seen

Okay serverfault, please help me figure this one out... I have four locations, each connected to each location with Juniper Netscreen point to point vpns. I have a file server in the main office, ...
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DD-WRT setup access restrictions but allow VPN connections freely

I have two sites with DD-WRT connected via routed VPN. Clients on both routers have Internet Access Restrictions set. This works and correctly blocks internet access. But this also blocks connection ...
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Sonicwall vpn user cannot be accessed by VPN tunnel

I have a user accessing a Sonicwall NSA 2400 via vpn (Site A). This Sonicwall has a VPN tunnel to another site (Site B). The user can ping servers at Site B, and access websites located on them, ...
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Can I automatically ROUTE ADD xxxx after i make a VPN connection in Windows 7?

after I make a VPN connection to my work/whatever, I currently have to go into the command prompt and manually add a route. eg. ROUTE ADD 10.1.0.0 255.255.0.0 172.16.3.0 METRIC 1 or whatever the ...
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What firewall should my network configuration be based on?

I’m working on a plan to replace a number of router/firewalls in our company’s and customer’s networks. We have 2 offices and a number of servers hosted in a datacentre that have IPSec VPN links to ...
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Site-to-Site IPSec VPN: bridged only

I'd like to setup a site-to-site IPSec VPN tunnel between a head office and a branch office, and for political/security reasons, with the sole purpose of being able to access a "Management" subnet at ...
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How do I setup a site-to-site VPN between two Windows 2008 servers?

We have a Windows 2008 server that we want to move offsite to the cloud (we're using Rackspace). It has to talk to our Active Directory domain constantly, so we need a stable site-to-site VPN between ...
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Site-to-site VPN using IPCop and Cisco ASA 5505

So I'm coming into a company who wants to move away from their IPCop firewalls and replace them with Cisco ASA 5505's. Instead of ripping the entire network down and keeping it down for however many ...
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connect to a site to site vpn using software only?

My company needs remote access to an application on another company's network. The other company is giving us site-to-site vpn access. The other company does not need access to our network, and ...
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Cisco ASA - VPN and Hairpinning

We have 2 sites that will be linked by a IPSEC VPN between 2 Cisco ASAs: Site 1 8Mb ADSL Connection Cisco ASA 505 Site 2 2Mb SDSL Connection Cisco ASA 505 Basically, both sites need access to a ...
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Routing for IPSec tunnel

For Juniper NetScreen-NS25, I configured a site-to-site IPSec tunnnel. For the outside interface of remote site, I also needed to go through tunnel which has the same IP as IPSec gateway. Now, when I ...
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How can I forward ALL traffic over a site-to-site VPN on Cisco ASA?

I currently have two Cisco ASA 5100 routers. They are at different physical sites and are configured with a site-to-site VPN which is active and working. I can communicate with the subnets on either ...
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Windows Web Server in DataCenter Authenticate with AD in Office

We would like to have put a File Server in DataCentre to allow user to upload/download files when they are home. Since we have hundreds of users and would like to let the user to authenticate with the ...
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Site to site VPN using RRAS from an untrusted network?

Our remote office will be moving to a new space where internet will be provided. They'll be behind a router doing NAT (I do not have admin rights to this router). They will be sharing a printer with ...
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Site to Site VPN problem, connection succesful data only oneway?

To start things off, I'm not the actual Administrator for the VPN Server, but he is also at a loss so I thought I'd ask it here. I know it's a Cisco ASA Firewall/VPN. I have a router that connects to ...
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Joining computers to domain when SBS is running in Datacenter

We are contemplating moving our SBS2k8 server to our datacenter. We would be setting up a VPN-VPN tunnel between everything to handle AD. Has anyone done this before? Any particular issues that ...
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Improving VPN performance - stronger encryption = more performance?

I have a site-to-site VPN set up with two SonicWall's (a TZ170 and a Pro1260). It was suggested to me that turning off encryption (so the VPN is tunneling only) would improve performance. (I'm not ...
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Splitting Company into two separate companies with duplicate IT infrastructure. Need Reccomendations

We are dividing our company into two companies. All employees will be shared across both the companies. We have separate Accounting systems, email and other applications for both companies. There ...
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Remote site AD design (2003)

A remote site has about 25 of our 50-ish employees. They have their own AD domain presently (2003) but I want to look at getting them onto the same global domain for ease of access/administration. The ...
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Router for creating site to site VPN to server provider using Cisco ASA 5540

We have dedicated servers hosted for us by a third party, we connect to these over a VPN. My server provider uses Cisco ASA 5540 as VPN devices. Currently we're using software clients on individual ...
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Site-to-site VPN using MD5 instead of SHA and getting regular disconnection

We are experiencing some strange behavior with a site-to-site IPsec VPN that goes down about every week for 30 minutes (Iam told 30 minutes exactly). I don't have access to the logs, so it's ...
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Route additional network through Sonicwall site-to-site VPN

I have a sonicwall site to site vpn. At one of the sites there is another Cisco vpn to another site. I need to route the traffic for the cisco vpn through the site to site from the other sonicwall ...
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really dumb routing, ipsec, rdp question

We have persistent IPSec tunnels on my firewall to two remote offices. When users from those offices visit, what exactly would I need in order to get their RDP shortcuts to resolve over the tunnels? ...
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Site to Site VPN

We have two sites, one linux based, the other windows based which we would like to connect permently over VPN. Does anyone know which linux VPN software is best for this? (I'm using PPTP on windows ...
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Sonicwall route traffic through specific interface based on destination

Here's my setup. I have Sonicwall NSA 2400, it is configured with Percentage-Based WAN Load Balancing. LAN Interface: X0 PRI Interface: X1 T1 Interface: X2 My question is, given any LAN->WAN ...
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Odd Site-to-site VPN connectivity issue

I have two networks connected with a site-to-site VPN: Network "A" is 10.0.100.0/24 with a Sonicwall TZ-170 at 10.0.100.1 Network "B" is 10.0.103.0/24 with a Sonicwall Pro1260 at 10.0.103.1 ...
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IIS and ISA Server 2006 on the same machine

I've got quite a hairy problem. I need to create a site-to-site VPN between a dedicated server (which hosts several websites) and a network (from a client) in order to use their webservices (and no, ...
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Setting up port forwarding via UPnP on Windows Server 2008 R2?

I'd like to set up some port forwarding in our router, using UPnP. More specifically, I want to run some program on startup that always forwards port 8443 my IP address (192.168.1.100). Port 8443 is ...
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VPN gateway setup between two sites

I am new to this group. Seems like a great forum from I see so far. This is about VPN over cable between two sites mostly with only 6 clients at each site running windows XP or maybe 7. The clients ...
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pfSense Site-toSite VPN with OpenVPN connects but won't route traffic

Using two pfSense routers, I've created a shared-key VPN between 2 sites. Both routers are pfSense 1.2.2. The pfSense box at the client site is the gateway router for that site, but at the server ...
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E-Discovery and personal computers

What, if any, steps do you take to minimize the potential of client personal computers being subject to e-discovery during potential lawsuits when their personal home computers are used for work? ...
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Cisco / IOS Priority of VPN Tunnels vs EIGRP Routes

If I have two interfaces, one which gets its networks from EIGRP, and another that is an internet connection with VPN tunnels. If the same network exists for match address of the VPN tunnels and an ...
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Should I add my remote web server to the domain?

I have a remote web server (Windows 2008 Web Edition) to host some applications and company website. We only access this server using RDP. But I'd like to access it as it was in our LAN, so I'm ...
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Cisco ASA -> Windows 2003 site-to-site VPN

Is it possible to set up an ipsec site-to-site VPN between a Cisco ASA (5510) and a Windows 2003 Server? (using RRAS or similar on the windows server) And the followup question - if this is ...
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Sonicwall VPN only working for one remote subnet

We have acquired a small company which uses a Sonicwall PRO 1260 firewall and I have configured a Site-to-Site VPN tunnel from the Sonciwall to our Cisco ASA firewall. Behind the Cisco ASA firewall I ...
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The best point-to-point VPN?

I'm working with a contractor in a different country. We need some method to add his machine to the local network, using a point-to-point VPN. Unfortunately, Hamachi, while very easy to use, creates ...
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is it possible to set up site-to-site vpn with two CISCO881-K9

Is it possible to set up a static site-to-site vpn with two CISCO881-K9? One of the routers has a dynamic IP.
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How to securely enable file sharing over PPTP on Windows 2008 Server

I have set up a Windows SBS 2003 domain (LAN) and a stand-alone Windows 2008 Server (web server) at another location (workgroup). I established PPTP VPN connection (SBS dials web server) over which ...
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pix 501 - site to site vpn subnet problem

I've configured a site to site vpn tunnel which is up and working as I would like. I have configured persistant routes on the pc's at each end that need to speak to each other. The subnets are as ...
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One way audio on SIP phone on one call direction.. where to look next?

Got 2 SIP gateways (ZultysMX250). Sip trunk between them, they are in separate locations, different subnets 192.168.XX and 192.168.YY connected by IPSec VPN. Some phones work perfectly. But mine... ...
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DHCP over VPN between SonicWALL NSA-2400 and NSA-240 loses connectivity each night

In my central office I have a SonicWALL NSA-2400 appliance acting as the hub for several remote offices. It is configured to pass DHCP requests to my internal DHCP server. The VPN connection works ...