Can this be done? I know it can be done without the Netgear or Linksys involved.
What I have is:
Windows 2000 client (with digital certs) going though a netgear RT314 across the internet (via a cable modem) and making a L2TP/IPSEC connection with a VPN 3005.
If I plug the client right into the cable modem all works fine. The Linksys cable modem 'router' didn't work at all. I suspected because I couldn't tell it to work with ip protocols 50 and 51. So I bought a Netgear RT314 that seems to allow me to setup a filter to forward ip 50, 51, udp port 1701 and udp port 500.
When I attempt to connect to the 3005 (running 2.5.2) I get a message that the L2TP failed.
Now I starting to think that this failing because the client has a private address (192.168.x.x) and is being NATed by the Netgear (PAT in Pix terms). Is that the problem?
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