XP Clients can not connect to Exchange server with VPN

XP Clients can not connect to Exchange server with VPN

Post by Lanwench [ » Fri, 15 Aug 2003 12:50:27

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1. VPN to VPN router not allowing clients to connect to server

2. vpn client can not talk to vpn server although it is connected


nt structure: Internet <> Cable Modem <> ISA Server 2000
on w2k server (dhcp/dns/router) <> LAN. I am trying to
transmit/receive data from a vpn server accross the
Internet by cisco vpn connection. VPN client and server
configuration is OK, because I tested it by connecting vpn
client directly to the modem rather than through isa
server, it worked just fine. However When I tried it
through isa server, I can MAKE THE TUNNEL BUT CAN NOT TALK
fine. Based on the article# 812076, I created two
protocol definitions udp port 500 and 4500 for both
direction and also made related adjustment on protocol
rules & filters.

RRAS Server up and seems running fine.

Thank you in advance,


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