At our company we have a Windows server that can only communicate using IPSEC. It has IPSEC enabled with Kerberos as authentication method. Only one department is using that server. There are a lot of confidential files on that server. The members of that department also need acces to those files from their homes. Our company supplies a VPN method to all of its employees. I have tried to connect to that server from home over the VPN conenction but without succes. My XP client is able to communicate IPSEC. Is it possible to make such an IPSEC connection through a VPN tunnel? And if yes, do I need special CISCO equipment for it?
Many thanks for your reply. The situation is as follows:
At home I connect with a Windows XP machine to the CISCO VPN concentrator on the public Internet. This concentrator then provides me acces to the servers on the internal (no public addresses) network. I can connect to servers without the IPSEC require rule, but not to IPSEC require servers. Is making an IPSEC connection possible in this situation without having a public address no my server? And if yes, what type of CISCO device do I need?
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