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Nothing in PPTP uses SRV records. Perhaps there's some PPTP client that uses SRV records for location that I'm not aware of, but that's not part of the PPTP protocol. Likewise, if you're using some crazy kind of firewall that opens ports based on DNS that's also not part of the PPTP protocol-- that's something else entirely. For PPTP to work the clients ...


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Ok, this can be done, but it's definitely not as easy as it could (and should) be. Basically, the trick is using Azure's "local networks" to configure Azure gateways as we want, even if we can't directly touch their configuration. In order to set up a connection between two Azure virtual networks, you need to define two matching "local networks", and then ...


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What happens in an overload situation depends on the specific NAT implementation. It wouldn't be surprising for the new connections to be dropped until free ports are available. The NAT box might respond with an ICMP error message. But in any case some connections simply will fail in one way or another. Almost all NAT systems are aging out address ...


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It looks like your wireless devices don't know how to get to 192.168.10.0/24. Try adding this as well, so they think the requests are coming from your PC's main network address: iptables --table nat --append POSTROUTING --out-interface wlan0 -j MASQUERADE Also I think you don't need the route for 192.168.1.0/24 via 192.168.1.99. This should be covered ...


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It's not in Belarus. And the website you used has outdated information. That IP address space really is shared-use private nonroutable address space. But some or all of it was previously assigned, and some routers might still know old routes for it. As for why you're seeing it in traceroutes, I could not say for sure. It is Comcast, after all, and only ...


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Your VPS must have more than one IP address. The simplest solution is to connect to a different IP address. For example if the public IP of the VPS is 192.0.2.4 and the VPN connection is using 172.17.2.0/24 with the server on 172.17.2.1 and client on 172.17.2.2, then you can let the client connect to the SMTP server using 172.17.2.1 rather than 192.0.2.4. ...



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