I'm confused here. I support a mixed NOS, NT & Novell. I start the VPN session with a login to the PIX. I have the workstation (Win98) configured so that it logs on to NT w/o problems. I use the MS Clients. When I set the Novell as default client, problems. I can map NT drives. Novell client then gives errors, asking if I want to use dial up networking. Do I need to enable IPX/SPX on the PIX? The Novell servers do not use IPX except for a few printers. DNS & DHCP come from the Novell DHCP/DNS server. I can ping by name across my routers(10.2 to 10.1 networks), and to all servers in either network. No Novell script or drive mapping works! I can not browse either, could this be related?
Any direction would be appreciated. At this time Email access via OWA to Exchange is solid, and I do not want to be invasive until we able to gain access to all network resources.
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