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  • Making 2003 RRAS into a VPN gateway

    Hi all

    We have a Windows 2003 server with RRAS setup. It has an established VPN connection to an ISA server. It has a static route to a server on the other side which works. We can map drivers, ping etc...

    Now i want to be able to see that server from my client. I have added a route from my machine:

    Code:
    route add 172.16.1.12 mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.0.8
    172.16.1.12 being the target server and 192.168.0.8 being the server with RRAS enabled. But when i ping it nothing replies. What am i missing?

    Thanks
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    Re: Making 2003 RRAS into a VPN gateway

    are you allowed to ping the firewall itself in the rulebase?
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    • #3
      Re: Making 2003 RRAS into a VPN gateway

      Not sure i understand what you are asking. I can ping the firewall from both the VPN gateway and my client.
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