Hi guys, Im a little stuck with a setup on my Cisco 1700 router, currently im using the router with a business broadband connection and up until now everything has been fine, I have 5 static IP's assigned each doing diffrent things to diffrent servers. I have 3 mail servers, a shared drive and a VOIP server so all ports have been setup and the firewall so thats all good, Im currently trying to setup a VPN connection now the router wont let me as when i try to set this up using the wizard for the VPN SSL its saying i dont have a supported IOS installed.
So im trying to get one of our servers to do the work, everything is configured on our 2003 server and i have forwarded TCP port 1723 as instructed using the firewall part and the NAT section of the router, i can noe attempt to connect from a remote location and i get connected and prompted that its checking the username and password but after 30 seconds this crashes out. After reading a little more in to things i have seen that i need to allow IP Protocol 47 through to the router.
I have allowed IP GRE47 access through the router's firewall as this bit was easy but i cant seem to find how to either use the NAT section like i have for everything else as it only allows TCP or UDP, or any other way of doing it.
Any help would be great as i have lost hair trying to do this today.
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