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website not accessible with IIS6 while NAT is configured in Windows 2003

I have Windows2003 server configured with IIS 6. Until now it was working fine, but since I enabled NAT for my users to access the internet via this server, the website becomes unavailable. Note that ...
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101 views

Route RRAS traffic through a proxy

I have a VPN server up and running on a windows server 2003. All the users are able to connect to the server and NAT their IP (use server IP and internet). I was wondering if I could route all the ...
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162 views

How to host multiple RRAS in same network?

I have a Windows Server 2003 successfully hosting RRAS in my network (NATing with one public IP ). Now I need to host another RRAS setup like the one I've got running, only with a different private ...
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RRAS won’t start with 8007042a or event ID 7024, aka the “routing remote access unable to load Iprtrmgr.dll”

History: The history of this error, which has mostly gone unsolved, dates back to Windows 2000. Platforms affected: Windows Server 2008 R2, Server 2008, Server 2003 R2, Server 2003, Server 2000 (both ...
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Windows 2003 server RRAS on VPC

I'm trying to setup a L2TP VPN server(to give user access on to all my VPN instance) on a Windows 2003 instance running on my VPC. While trying to enable RRAS I'm getting error, "less than two network ...
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Accessing machine by name in a Windows 2003 RRAS VPN not working as required

I have a Windows 2003 RRAS VPN with two clients (both running Windows 7). The VPN works as expected, except that I am unable to access any of the three machines in the network using their Windows ...
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600 views

What is solicited network traffic and what is unsolicited network traffic?

I've recently read a Microsoft Technet article on how Windows Firewall works. The author of the article uses concepts like 'solicited network traffic' and 'unsolicited network traffic' for a machine. ...
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357 views

Route Server 08 R2 VPN (PPTP) traffic to two subnets (public & private)

I recently transitioned our VPN server from a Windows Server '03 box to '08 R2, both using built-in Routing and Remote Access for PPTP connections. Our firewall has a rule that forwards traffic from a ...
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Routing between 2 interfaces only, on a server with 3 interfaces

I have a Windows Server 2003 standard installation, which has three network interfaces available (and used). I want to set up IP routing using RRAS between two of the interfaces, whilst leaving the ...
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Windows 2003 vs Windows 2008 VPN

I'm having trouble to figure out something that Microsoft changed from Win 2003->2008 VPN. This is my setup: office #1 subnet #1: 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0 subnet #2: 10.202.0.0/255.255.0.0 ...
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Do I really need RRAS for serving a PPTP connection?

Setting up PPTP has been a pain so far in Windows Server 2003. I've already tried creating a new network connection, which creates some kind of network adapter for "Incoming connections", which ...
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Is it possible to have an account login more than once to Windows Server 2k3 VPN (RRAS)?

I'm creating an account for one of our support vendors to be able to login to VPN on our Windows 2003 AD domain. There may be multiple engineers logging in to the network, so is there a way to have a ...
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2NIC RRAS doesn't reply to remote requests

I have a RRAS server configured with two NIC's, one LAN and one for WAN. LAN is 192.168.0.x and the WAN is 192.168.2.x. I can connect perfect through the WAN NIC subnet, but when I go through the ...
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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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RAS log analyzer (PPTP / L2TP VPN)

I'm looking for a free log analyzer for windows 2003 RAS logs, specifically VPN logs. My goal is to determine how many times a particular user connects. I googled of course and found 100s of links, ...
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364 views

block DHCP from reaching home router via RRAS Server 2003

Am struggling to get my head around this issue and feel I am missing something obvious or may have approached this in the wrong way and would be grateful of all help. I have an ESXi server ...
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641 views

Windows 2003 - RAS service - VPN client can only connect to server, not internal network

Here is my diagram http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/263/vpnt.png/ Server has two NIC: One connect to Internet, one connect to internal network. RAS service is configured with static IP pool on the ...
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Windows 2003 VPN can't connect to some Computers

Scenario: Windows 2003: RAS as VPN Server 1 LAN Adapter as "Internet Connection" 192.168.2.101 Router ports to PPTP Oppened 1 LAN Adapter as "LAN Connection" 192.168.2.102 The two adapters are ...
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How can I configure Windows Server 2003 to route to each other using VPN?

I'm using two Windows Server 2003 machines. Our professor asked us to have the two routers communicate with one another via VPN. Here's a diagram of the setup: Is there a tutorial online you ...
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RRAS VPN on windows 2k3 AD, can access rras server only

I'm setting up a test lab and here is the current configuration: 192.168.86.201 - a windows 2003 machine acting as PDC with AD/DNS/DHCP/WINS. 192.168.86.62 - windows 2003 machine is the RRAS server ...
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RRAS Svr on win 2003 provides same gateway as the ip to vpn clients and subnet as 255.255.255.255

I've setup a RRAS Svr on win 2003 svr, to provide VPN access to clients. I've followed all directions in microsoft documentation to finish the setup. A VPN client successfully connects when I ...
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Server 2003 Natting and dual Nics

Ok guys Im sure this is a pretty simple solution but im not exactly sure what the answer may be. I have setup a lab. 6 server 2003 Standard installs and 1 server 2008 install. I have 2 Dcs and the ...
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359 views

VPN DHCP addressing

Got a situation where a VPN connection is being sporadic in its routing. Its a Windows Server 2003 environment, and the server is handling both DHCP and RRAS. When I look in DHCP, not all of the ...
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557 views

When connected to Windows VPN and I do an nslookup it shows the DNS server's IP but name is unknown

When I connect to my RRAS VPN I am having an issue where the VPN clients can ping/connect to servers by IP and their FQDN but not by their basic hostname. When I did an nslookup on a VPN client it ...
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302 views

When connected to Windows VPN (RRAS) I'm able to ping by FQDN but not Hostname

I'm sure there must be some sort of setting that I need to change but I'm not sure what it is. The VPN clients are using their local gateway and not the remote gateway. For instance: I can connect ...
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When I connect to our Windows VPN, my Outlook client loses it's connection

The title basically says it all, but I will elaborate. I have my Outlook client setup to use the Outlook Anywhere feature. This works fine when not connected to our VPN. However, when I connect to ...
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210 views

pptp server 2003 hands out gateway from nic not dhcp server

I have created a pptp RRAS server for a handful of clients to connect to. I would like them to use the servers default gateway (.1) for internet access. They are able to successfully connect (& ...
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133 views

Server 2003 and XP Client; Why are HTTP connections being silently dropped

On my network, my edge-router, a windows 2003 r2 server router with all the latest updates, will drop packets, but only under specific circumstances. I have troubleshot and isolated it down to the ...
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970 views

Issue resolving names on Hyper-V guest with Routing and Remote Access

I've got a Win2k8 standard server running Hyper-V with a Server 2003 web guest instance running. The host is publicly available on the internet. I've created an Internal Private network in the ...
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Windows 2003 RRAS keeps giving me a APIPA 169.x.x.x address

I've got a box running Windows 2003 Server at home. I have configured RRAS so I can VPN to my home network from an outside location. The home-LAN uses the 192.168.2.x IP-address range. Once I ...
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Configuring a LAN-WAN routing using Windows 2003 Server

I have an Internal LAN and an WAN Connectivity in my office. The followings are the statistics for the two: LAN IPs: 192.168.50.1 - 192.168.50.5/24 WAN IP: Assigned by the ISP using DHCP I connected ...
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Routing and Remote Access Port Mapping not applied to localhost

I've set up Routing and Remote Access (Windows Server 2003) to forward publicip:80 to a server on the private internal network, and that's working great. Incoming requests from the internet to port 80 ...
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IIS exclude specific host?

I have an IIS server running several websites. It is stationed behind an ISA server of which I do not have access. But I do have all of the defined websites (on port 80) routed to my server. So I ...
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486 views

Server loses Internet connectivity every hour on the hour

I have a Server 2003 Small Business Server that loses Internet connectivity every hour on the hour, for about 15-20 minutes. I can't figure out what's causing it. The machine still has LAN ...
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793 views

Problem connecting to remote network using demand-dial VPN interface with Windows Server 2003

I have a Windows 2003 server (SP2) that I'm trying to set up route traffic from my local network using a VPN My local network has the following components: Broadband router (192.168.0.1) Windows ...
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Routing and Remote Access: How to configure VPN?

My only experience with VPN so far is as a user (e.g. log in to work) Now I'm trying to set up Windows Server 2003 to connect to a VPN LAN (address space 192.168/16, no default gateway, protocol is ...
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734 views

Inbound routing stops working on Windows 2003 Server x32 behind RRAS and Hyper-V

We are having a weird issue with a Windows 2008 DCE Server running a Windows 2003 R2 SP2 x32 Server in a Hyper-V instance behind RRAS. Essentially, this server stops receiving inbound traffic through ...
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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 ...
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1answer
882 views

How do you configure RRAS to use a different network segment for the VPN?

How do I configure RRAS to use a differnet network segment than my local network? Is it possible to change the IP Address for the Internal network interface on RRAS? And if so how do I do it? I ...
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Accessing windows 2003 firewall settings with RRAS enabled

Windows Server 2003 (VPS) Trying to install MySQL, but the service isn't starting - suspect the port is being blocked by the firewall. One of my Google searches lead me to ...