We have a small (50 node) network. Internet access is thru 1720. We need to implement VPN on existing router. We have the VPN module and feature pack. The answer to my question might be obvious. Question:
If the client vpn session terminates at the router (1720) how does the packet know how to get to the local network? The next hop to our internal network from the router is public address nic on a dual-nic NT Server Ver. 4.0.(one nic public address one nic private address) Are there multiple entries for destination within the client software? i.e. (one address for router and one address for actual NT Server that does local authentication) Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
as a first you should give secondary ip to your router's fastethernet/ethernet port, this secondary ip will one of your vpn ip subnet. Thanks to this way, your vpn users will learn how they can reach their destination.
As I understood NT server 4.0 is a firewall which contains two ethernet adaptors. You will create a vpn subnet and give them permisson to access intranet by writing a few rules on your firewall.
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