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Server 2012r2 VPN DNS

Have an issue where onsite clients cannot resolve VPNusers. but VPN users can resolve onsite machines. example. USER! uses LAPTOP1 USER1 connects to VPN gets internal IP address of 10.243.0.200 ...
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VPN connection no longer able to ping FQDN of server

Have a domain running at ent.website.com, the domain is running Windows Server 2012 R2, WSUS Server, the DNS Server, and the Remote Access VPN server. In HyperV we have another Windows Server 2012 R2 ...
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Dynamic DNS Registration over VPN?

In our Windows AD domain, we have 2 DCs that also act as our DNS servers which allow the client computers to update their A records. We have a lot of outside salespeople, so some of our laptops have ...
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175 views

How should DNS be configured for remote VPN access to a Windows Domain?

Suppose you have a small windows domain configured as follows: domain name is ad.example.com (as per these guidelines) DC1 is at 10.10.10.3 DC2 is at 10.10.10.4 DC1 and DC2 are running the ...
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VPN client names incorrectly resolve to their private LAN IP addresses, DNS Issue?

My office network is running a single Windows Server 2012 Standard as Domain Controller, DHCP, DNS, NPS, and RRAS. DHCP has a scope of 192.168.1.50 through .200, and RAS is configured to get IP ...
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39 views

PPTPD VPN only forward DNS requests?

Is there any possible way of configuring a PPTPD VPN server to only forward DNS requests on so that I can save bandwidth? Thanks, Francis
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What are the possible reasons that and troubleshooting steps when one specific internet connection cannot view a website? [closed]

I have a client that is unable to access the website I developed for him. I'm really confused as to why! When he navigates to the URL it attempts to load (on any device) for 4-5s and eventually says ...
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52 views

VPN Server with site CNAME

I have set up a VPN server on my router and set a subdomain from my website (ex. vpn.mywebsite.com) that forwards my dynamic DNS address, so when I connect to my VPN, my server is vpn.mywebsite.com ...
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95 views

Active Directory replication over VPN - DNS resolution

I have looked around whether anyone had the same issue but so far have not seen anything that would help me. I have a homelab and two VMs (Windows 2k8r2) with public IP addresses hosted in remote ...
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254 views

Azure Point-to-Site VPN but no DNS

I've got: an Azure Virtual Network, an Windows Server 2012 Domain Controller on that network, a Point-to-Site VPN set up for that network all the way so that I can connect to it from my local ...
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194 views

VPN affecting access to DFS shares

We have a DFS share which works fine when in the office. When users VPN in they no longer have access to this share. The VPN is configured with Routing and Remote Access. PPTP. The VPN connection ...
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77 views

PPTP VPN DNS by name and by FQDN

WE have remote users logging via PPTP (mostly Windows and IPhone) clients and accessing company servers. The servers have names like server1.company.lan and server2.company.lan I know very little ...
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137 views

Dealing with multiple private DNS servers

I'll try to explain this as best I can... I'm on ubuntu 13.04, and I am running a local BIND instance at 127.0.0.1 for access to basic wild-card DNS for development (i.e. "*.dev == 127.0.0.1" - yes, ...
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76 views

Strange DNS behaviour over VPN

We have a small branch with few computers with few computers connected via the Internet to our central building. We don't use site-to-site, but dial-in to the Cisco router (we use ShrewSoft as a ...
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1answer
322 views

Cannot log on as domain user on XP workstation when connected to (SBS 2003) DC via VPN (LogMeIn Hamachi)

We have a Windows XP Professional desktop at a remote site connected to our SBS 2003 domain controller at the main office via VPN (LogMeIn Hamachi). The XP desktop was joined to the domain across the ...
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1answer
1k views

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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99 views

Running a VPN server and a captive portal on the same machine with a DNS too

I don't know if this can be done but I'm asking anyways. Let's say that I've an Ubuntu machine with OpenSwan and xl2ptd to handle incoming VPN connections. Now, what I need to do is something like ...
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79 views

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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1answer
50 views

Getting wrong Hostname from tracert

Noticed this while using VNC to users computers. When I do a tracert using hostname it completes but at a different hostname. All my users are using Microsoft VPN. I'm assuming this is a DNS issue but ...
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1answer
131 views

Putting router names in traceroute hops?

We have a number of sites that are interconnected via VPN tunnels. When troubleshooting issues I regularly find myself running traceroute to see the path the workstation takes to access a remote ...
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1answer
95 views

VPN Tunnel to work network

I have an IPSec tunnel between work and home, with a pfSense firewall on both ends. The VPN works fine, although I never got DNS to work properly across sites, and I use Host Overrides in the DNS ...
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1answer
406 views

Windows DNS answers NXDOMAIN for local zone from VPN

Note: Wrong assumptions It turned out that the VPN is configured to redirect all name lookups to a different server. So the problem is not the Windows DNS but the VPN Gateway. Original Quesiton I ...
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1answer
808 views

DNS Server resolves external address,when vpn dns should resolve internal address

We have a special situation where Juniper Network Connect is used as VPN connection. When the VPN starts it creates the network adapter. When the vpn closes the network adapter disappears. Each time ...
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1answer
219 views

Trouble accessing intranet by hostname via VPN

We have an internal website run on a server on our LAN. The intranet site is available by browsing to either of these: http://computername http://computername.company.com (the latter is ...
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1answer
248 views

Transparent Proxy or VPN that listens on all ports

I'd like traffic to be routed via a proxy or VPN based on a the client's hosts file (or DNS that is given to the client). This doesn't seem like a problem for http traffic on port 80 as a simple ...
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105 views

Outlook 2010 connections settings at remote office

We seem to be having an issue with one of our remote offices, and their Outlook connectivity. The office is connected to us using a VPN router which goes over one broadband line, while all internet ...
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290 views

Host Name Resolution - ISA 2006 - VPN PPTP

We are running an ISA 2006 server and PPTP VPN connection works fine. Clients are able to connect to internet, access Outlook, CRM, etc. The problem we are encountering is that host name resolution is ...
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235 views

Cisco ASA is resolving certain DNS names such as google.com to ipv6 AAAA records on an ipv4 connection

I have a clientless VPN setup that has been working very well until recently. I found that certain sites, and mostly google domains like google.com and youtube were coming back with "Server google.com ...
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1answer
458 views

how can I give openvpn clients access to a dns server (bind9) that is located on the same machine as the openvpn server

I currently have a debian server that is running an openvpn server. I also have a dns server (bind9) that I would like give allow access to by the connected openvpn clients, but I am unsure as of how ...
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2answers
372 views

Where to start for setting up hostname NAT behind one external IP address?

Not sure I use the right terms here, which is basically why I am asking (with the right terms I could google it for sure). I have "one big server" with Windows 2008, with several virtual machines ...
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1answer
118 views

DNS through Cisco VPN

We have a Cisco ASA providing a VPN gateway for users. Currently when users VPN'n from outside the network they can access file servers from their IP addresses but the shares do not response via share ...
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1answer
434 views

Split DNS for a VPN site without a server

So here's my current setup: Home: RV220W Office: RV042 I have an IPSEC VPN running fine and dandy. Everything pings. I can manually nslookup to my dns servers over the VPN just fine. Now, despite ...
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1answer
802 views

How to resolve internet hostnames through ipsec/l2tpd vpn and a remote dns server?

I have done the setup of a ipsec/l2tpd vpn server followin this tutorial http://blog.riobard.com/2010/04/30/l2tp-over-ipsec-ubuntu. I'm able to connect to the server, and redirect all traffic through ...
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OpenVPN DNS Fails to Resolve

I am connected to an OpenVPN server that is configured with the options to redirect the VPN as the default gateway and to push my internal DNS servers: push "dhcp-option DNS 192.168.1.2" push ...
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1answer
190 views

Using Round Robin DNS on simple VPN setup

We have two internet connections which are load balanced to share the load between the two. We set this up after one of the internet provider proved to be less than reliable but great speed and ...
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1k views

Using dnsmasq for accessing multiple nameservers assigned by DHCP

At my work desktop running openSUSE 11.4, I have a local network which gets its address, domain (work.site) and nameservers (10.100.1.1, 10.100.1.2) info through DHCP - which get written into ...
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1answer
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Two different networks with two different nameservers

On (Arch) Linux, I configured a VPN, which I do not want to use for all the traffic, but for the software that binds to the associated tun/tap interface. So far, with the help of iproute2's policy ...
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3answers
358 views

Multiple servers for resolving different domains

I was wondering is there a way to configure a linux or windows machine to use separate nameservers depending on what domain is being queried. Like for internal.example.com it resolves to 192.168.10.7 ...
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VPN Connection causes DNS to use wrong DNS server

I have a Windows 7 PC on our company network (which is a member of our Active Directory). Everything works fine until I open a VPN connection to a customer's site. When I do connect, I lose network ...
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222 views

VPN Trouble in China - How to Troubleshoot

I'm currently in China and my VPN connection (the server is not mine, by the way. I'm using a paid service) seems to be interfered with. Usually from within China I could connect to my VPN and I was ...
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248 views

TFS over Virtual Private Network (VPN) over P2P

[Note: I know this is a sloppy shot! I just want to cure my understanding about the P2P mesh.] Goal: I need to make my partner access the Team Foundation Server running on my local LAN, via the ...
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1answer
603 views

proxy/vpn by dns entry

I've been using a service by unblock-us.com, which provides a proxy to Canadians/others allowing access to services that are locked down to only US ip addresses. This is easy enough to achieve by ...
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2answers
949 views

Disabling DNS change in openvpn client

I connect to a VPN with openvpn which sets my DNS to the Google DNS servers (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4). For some reason this does not work on a linux client, only on windows (the effect is that I can't ...
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2answers
1k views

DNS resolution failing over to secondary DNS - why?

We have large number of branch offices connected via VPN, but without any kind of server infrastructure. The client machines in each office get their network configuration from an ASA 5505, which is ...
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2answers
2k views

No DNS resolving with VPN (RRAS)

I have a RRAS server setup on a Windows 2003 machine with two NIC's. The VPN works like a charm, I can ping all the other computers on the network. But it fails when I try to access resources with ...
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2008r2 RRAS VPN issue due to poor domain naming. Any ideas?

We have a domain with 900+ clients and 250+ workstations that has the name of the domain the same as it's public domain name (we'll call it example.org). I'm trying to set up RRAS VPN, and it works ...
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1answer
191 views

Set up multiple servers behind a NAT

I am currently trying to set up a network with both a secure webserver and an internal openvpn server. The webserver is running windows 2008 and the vpn network is running the Access server from ...
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2answers
245 views

DNS problems when connecting to home network through VPN [closed]

I recently enabled VPN connections to my Windows Server 2008 R2 box, and even though I can connect to it just fine from Windows 7, I am unable to access anything on the network via its intranet domain ...
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1answer
581 views

Question about DNS priorities when connected to VPN

So I'm connected to a Windows VPN and I want the following conditions to be met: I want my internet connection to tunnel through to the VPN's internet connection (i.e. I don't want to use the ...
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683 views

Domain name resolution not working over VPN to Windows 2003 domain, VPN is on a different subnet

I am able to browse shares and, sometimes, connect my outlook to the exchange server when connected over VPN to my office's LAN. However I am aware my VPN address is in a completely different subnet ...