I am trying to map drives through a VPN tunnel. I was able to do at another location but I am not able to do it at this new setup that I did.
I can create the VPN tunnel, and ping freely on the network, but I cannot map the drive. I am trying to map the drive by IP address, not by name (since broadcasting doesn't go across a VPN tunnel).
The machine that I am attempting to map to is running XP as well as the box that I am mapping FROM. They both have the same users setup with the passwords and all that. It is a PIX 501 running 6.1(1) and the VPN client is 3.1.
I am not able to go to start, run and enter \\IP address either. The error I always get when I try to map or do anything other than ping is:
"No network path found"
I cannot ping by name...(unless I stick that name in my local host file).
I don't *think* that I have to make any other configuration changes on the firewall.
One thing...I was using dial-up to test the VPN connection and when I did 'ipconfig \all' it said that the dialup connection had NetBios over TCP/IP disabled, so on that dialup connection I enabled File and Print Sharing and reconnected and it didn't show that it was disabled anymore, but I still wasn't able to do it.
I tried it over cable modem and it didn't work either.
I tried the latest client (Cisco client 3.5) and I still cannot map a drive or telnet. I continue to be able to ping freely in the network but I can't do anything else. To reiterate, this site doesn't have a WINs server. I am doing everything by IP address...
I also tried an older client (on W2K) and it was also able to create a VPN connection where I can ping freely but I couldn't map drives and I continue to get the same error message of "No network path found".
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