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Here’s a question that will get you thinking! I have the following situation: I have two Academies that ...
28th October 2013, 03:51 PM #1
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VPN Connection Issue
Here’s a question that will get you thinking! I have the following situation: I have two Academies that need to be connected using a VPN. Academy 1 has a TMG Server which NATS from the SWGFL IP Range to our internal range which is much bigger than the SWGFL Provided range. Academy 2, has a RRAS Server and has a small number of computers with a DNS and DHCP Server.
I need these two Academy to connect to each other. We have decided to use RRAS to join Academy 2 to Academy 1 using PPTP. I have configured the TMG Server at Academy 1 to allow PPTP Through to the RRAS Server (172.16.0.26) and configured a On Demand interface. When I try to connect from Academy 2 I get the following error (see screen capture).
Does anyone have any idea as to what is going wrong or how I can setup the RRAS server on the Legacy (SWGFL) network and connect to our internal network.
Academy 1 setup
TMG Server 10.3.128.69 (SWGFL Netowrk)
10.3.128.2 NAT to 172.16.0.26 (PPTP)
IP Range Start: 172.16.0.1
IP Range End: 172.16.65.254
RRAS Server: 172.16.100.1 (Default Gateway)
DHCP Server: 172.16.100.8
Network Range: 172.16.100.1 – 172.16.101.254
Hope this makes sense to you I can provide more details if required to assist with this issue.
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