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VPN Client mapping to resources in a Windows 2003 Cluster

Knowing this isn't a Windows Cluster newsgroup, I hope that someone using a Cisco Client might understand why this doesn't work.

I have had dozens of users connecting to Windows Domain resources through a PIX515 for years now without problems. Now, I want to make these file/exchange/mssql resources available on a Windows 2003 cluster, but I find that I cannot connect to the cluster resources from my VPN client. I suspect this is because the Virtual server has an IP address, but not a gateway address as would a *real* server. Any bits that hit the Virtual Server have no route back to the source.

I can ping the resource name, and it replies with an ip address (meaning DNS works), but no response.

Is there any way to do this? I can't see any way for the Virtual Server to point to the private interface of my PIX because there is only an IP resource (IP address and subnet). No gateway.

I hope someone has seen this problem before.

Thank you

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Re: VPN Client mapping to resources in a Windows 2003 Cluster

check that you have access-lists which permits echo replies

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