Microsoft VPN through Cisco 802 DSL Router to Microsoft VPN Server
I am trying to connect with Microsoft VPN client to a Microsoft VPN Server behind a Cisco 802 DSL Router. I cannot get it to let me through. I can connect and receive a DHCP address from the VPN server, if I'm on the local network, so the VPN server appears to be working. When I try to connect through the Internet, I get the following:
Error 629: You have been disconnected from the computer you dialed.
Any ideas how to set this up? You help is greatly appreciated.
Re: Microsoft VPN through Cisco 802 DSL Router to Microsoft VPN
when the vpn client gets disconnected, is the machine situated on another network behind a firewall, or directly connected to an ISP?
When you say you get a dhcp address while on the inside, are you saying you can successfully connect using the VPN client to the VPN server while on the LAN? This would control for authentication & pptp profile configuration errors
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