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Subject: Re: Connecting two NT boxes
From: Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 21:56:08 +0100
In-reply-to: <001101c2980e$7a36efe0$0701a8c0@TEPOZTECO>

Making sure that the static keys match is the only thing I can think of 
(which 
I am sure that you've verified already). Even during initial testing of 
CIPE-Win32, I had a ring of three hosts, two NT and one Linux with tunnels 
between each pair, so your scenario should work fine.

Also make sure that the netmasks are right in the TCP/IP settings.

DKW

On Friday 29 November 2002 09:19 pm, Juan Antonio Ruiz Zwollo wrote:
> We are trying to connect two NT boxes with the following configuration:
>
> Box 1:
> Local IP Address: xxx.xx.xx.xx  Port 21020
> Peer IP Address:  yyy.yy.yy.yy  Port 21020
> Local PTP Address:  192.168.5.66
> Peer PTP Address :  192.168.5.68
>
> Box 2:
> Local IP Address: yyy.yy.yy.yy  Port 21020
> Peer IP Address:  xxx.xx.xx.xx  Port 21020
> Local PTP Address:  192.168.5.68
> Peer PTP Address :  192.168.5.66
>
> We also have multiple other peers connecting from those two NT boxes to
> different Linux boxes; all of the tunnels work perfectly. Only the tunnel
> between the two NT boxes is not working.
>
> We are using the latest version of CIPE-Win32: 2.0-pre15 in both cases.
>
> Kind regards,
>
>
> Juan Antonio Ruiz Zwollo





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