Microsoft TFTP from behind a Cisco 827 to a VPN server (VPN Passthru?)
I am looking at designing some SoHo setups using Cisco 827's performing NAT overload. I need to allow the clients on the LAN side of the Cisco 827 to connect via VPN (Microsoft PPTP or Microsoft L2TP) to a Microsoft VPN servers.
Is there any way to allow a passthru of the PPTP traffic over the Cisco NAT? Such as other manufactures products offer? (3COM ADSL router, Linksys broadband routers)
Obviously, I would much rather stick to CISCO than using other products
I can connect on a test setup fine using a direct ADSL model (Alcatel), but if I use the Cisco I can not connect.
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