Cannot connect to resource using VPN - Strange problem...
I have 1 Windows 2000 PC that is connected behind an 837 which is NAT'ing - users need to access resources on this PC via VPN. The 837 is configured to allow remote clients to VPN in using the Cisco Unity client (Have tried both 3.5 and 3.6 btw). The remote client dials up his local ISP using a standard modem, once connected the client initiates the connection. The client is able to connect without any problems. Once connected you can ping the Windows 2000 PC on the LAN side without any problems, however, if you try and connect to any resources (e.g. NET USE W:\ \\192.168.2.2\C$ ) you get an error "Network path cannot be found".
This is where it gets strange - The Windows PC on the LAN side can access any resources on the remote client! (e.g. net use w: \\remote.ip\Sharename will work).
There is no domain or server involved any - just simple pc-to-pc access needed
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