I have a requirement to install a Windows 2000 Server acting as a VPN Gateway BEHIND a Cisco PIX 515 firewall.
I know the Cisco can act as the end point (Gateway) to a VPN connection. But the Win2K server has been in place for sometime and works fine. The new requirement is to place this server on the DMZ of a firewall (as it acts as a web server as well) and still allow clients to VPN on it and gain access into the INTERNAL LAN from the Internet.
Does anyone know of any URLs or documents which would be of help with this. Ports to open, access lists to define etc.
Or would I be better using the PIX as my VPN end point ?
Well I wouldnt open up the inside network to the DMZ. Thats the point of having the DMZ in the first place. Put your VPN server on the inside and build a static and conduits through the PIX for IP protocol 47 and TCP 1723.
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