Here's the situation, I have a Windows 2000 VPN server at my corporate office sitting behind a firewall. Outside of the firewall is a 3600 with a Point to point T1 link connected to our Production center. When I am at the production center I am able to connect to the corporate VPN and I am able to browse network shares and such but I am unable to open Outlook which connects to an exchange server, I also cannot open any intranet web sites that we have running.
The DNS is all set up correctly as well as the WINS server. I am under the impression that once I connect to a VPN all things (services, protocols etc.) are tunneled through that and therefore do not need to be explicitly defined on my firewall rule set. If anyone has any solutions for me I would greatly appreciate it. Also If you could add your comments on whether you think this is solely a MS problem or a Pix firewall rule set issue?
Sounds like a name resolution issue. To determine this try and ping the private address of the computer you are trying to connect to. ie. exchange or web server. If that works then try and ping the name of the computer. If that fails then it is a name resolution issue. Add the computer names and addresses to the LMHOSTS file. Try and ping the computer name again and if it works now it is name resolution that is the problem. You will then at least know for sure if this is the problem.
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