I've followed all of the directions stated in the Cisco tutorial about this, however it does not work. Some commands reccomended return an error, such as :
fixup protocol pptp 1723, "bad protocol pptp" Maybe pptp is not supported. Here is a show config with addresses replaced as follows:
Pix outside interface = outside intf
static public address mapped to inside server= mapped
inside server actual address= server
internet address permitted access= internet. I realize there are probably some wrong statements in here, I have been trying different things. As of now, I get no response when trying to VPN the inside server. Also, was trying to RDP the server. I've verified web connectivity through the interfaces from inside to out. I was also able to VPN and RDP the server from within a lan to verify that was working correctly.
Yeah, I've looked at that page. As far as I know, I've entered those commands except for "access-group t1 in interface t1 " It still doesn't work. Maybe the syntax or usage is wrong. I'm thinking this applies the rule to the outside interface (t1). I know since my version is too old I must enable both pptp and gre, which I think I have, you can see it in the show config above.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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