I need to configure PPTP VPN in the following simple scenario:
Remote workstation needs access to a server in LAN. There is a condition and I can't use IPsec (there are some servers inside LAN and NAT static translations are configured for them).
I configured PPTP according the steps on cisco.com, but in fact i have connectivity only to internal interface of Cisco2921. Not the network. I can ping Gi0/0 from remote workstation but can't ping Server.
Here is the part of config:
ip local pool REMOTE_VPN_USERS 192.168.100.100 192.168.100.110
interface virtual-template 1
peer default ip address pool REMOTE_VPN_USERS
ip unnumbered gi0/0
ppp encrypt mppe auto
ppp authentication ms-chap-v2 eap
The final aim is to gain access to remote servers e.g. via RDP. Would appreciate for your help.
But how should I tune the tunnel in order this route to be installed automatically? Is it possible? I need this solution to be as simple as possible.
Basically I considered using EasyVPN as an option, but after discovering that it's using an IPsec (means with ESP) I thought that i can't use it (because of static translations mentioned above). Could EasyVPN serve as workaround for this problem?
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