??: Going to slow connection|
"Kim, Sang Dong" <SDoKim,AT,fciconnect,DOT,com>|
Thu, 16 May 2002 09:36:39 +0200|
I checked the CIPE driver and dates,
But, it is last version of CIPE.
Anyway, i reinstalled the driver to last 14th release of CIPE.
I have about 10 users, it was connected 3 servers thru the VPN.
but, i needed an NAT server to work as intranet PC.
(In fact ,I don't have right to change routing in company gateways)
So, I did add a sygate 4.2 server for NAT.
The sygate server is in company intranet with only one LAN card.
This sygate server is changing IPs of VPN user to another intranet IP as
The server can connect to telnet servers and company proxy server.
But, When users are using some of websites, the VPN occurred disconnection.
can't ping to another side vice versa.
Welcome any advise,
?? ??: Damion Wilson [mailto:dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm
?? ??: 2002? 5? 15? ??? ?? 11:32
?? ??: Kim, Sang Dong
??: Re: Going to slow connection
Try going back a CIPE version and let me know. I've never experienced that
problem and it may be something I just introduced with the latest release.
On Tuesday 14 May 2002 11:46 pm, Kim, Sang Dong wrote:
> Dear everyone,
> I'm using WIN-32 CIPE on NT 4.0 but some stability problems bother me.
> 1. It is working well but when i let the system during few days, it is
> going to slow.
> Ping response time was gone to over 1000ms or reply fail but sometimes
> under 100ms.
> My internet is very fine, When i ping to another side system with real IP,
> it reply within 100ms, even if on the VPN trouble.
> Hence, i reboot both systems to recover it.
> 2. When i using some secure site on the web through the CIPE, it occurred
> stop just disconnected. i can't ping
> Need to reboot both systems. I don't know but i guess that it was came
> encryptions conflict between client with VPN server.
> These problems push me to go to the Linux system.
> If you have similar problem then let me know i hope to share experiences,
> Best regards