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VPN connection is established, but I can't authenitcate with the domain

Hi,

I have a Pix 506 running ver 6.1(1). I can establish a connection between the PC and the PIX via the internet. However when the PC tries to authenticate against the domain, it fails. I browse the network and don't see any PCs or the server, I can't map any drives to the server either.

I know my connection is established and passing traffic, because I can take control of one of the PCs via PC Anywhere.

Any thoughts on this?

Thanks,

Joe H.

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Re: VPN connection is established, but I can't authenitcate with

From the information here, it is difficult to see as to what might be going wrong. If configured properly, domain logon should not be a problem. Bug CSCdp45949 seems to be the only bug related to this problem. For troubleshooting problems with domain authentication, refer to the document 'Configuring PIX to Allow Remote Access to Shared Folders on an NT Domain' at http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/110/pixnetbios.html. The entire domain logon, browsing and resource sharing process is explained at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/TechNet/prodtechnol/win98/reskit/part3/wrkc18.asp.

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Re: VPN connection is established, but I can't authenitcate with

Maybe I can clarify the issue. I discovered that the route I added to the server was removed when the server was rebooted. I've corrected that and now I'm able to authenticate against the server and login.

My client's OS is Windows 98 and I can now login and map drive letters on the server. However when I select the Network Icon and select the Entire Network, I see nothing.

I'll check the links that you provided, hopefully they will provide me with the answer or at least in the right direction.

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