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VPN and Windows 2000 & XP

Hi,

When I connect my VPN connection on a Windows 2000 or XP I can't only acces to the server via their ip address and not their name...(when mapping, for example)

for example I can't access server1 by using is ip address of 10.10.10.2..but if I try to use the name server 1...it can't find it...

Why??

I also use connect before login and I didn't help...

Can someone help me with that???

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Re: VPN and Windows 2000 & XP

sounds like you need to push down WINs and DNS to the client - have you configured that for the VPN Group?

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Re: VPN and Windows 2000 & XP

you mean by entering the vpngroup test dns-server 10.10.10.10???

because I did that...but do we need to enter the real inside address of the DNS server or we give the translated address instead..

and is there other configuration for the DNS server that we need to add to the PIX configuration???

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