RE: Linux - Win2K VPN|
Michael Kahle <michael.kahle,AT,scc-wi,DOT,com>|
Mon, 17 Mar 2003 17:35:38 +0100|
I hope that this will be of some help to your problem. There is a setting
in Win2K & XP under the TCP/IP properties that is enabled by default. This
is the "Internet Connection Firewall" checkbox under the Advanced tab of the
properties for your adapter. Check to see that this is disabled. This has
been the cause of a great deal of configuration errors in my environment.
From: Phil Scarratt [mailto:fil,AT,draxsen,DOT,com
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 6:06 AM
Subject: Linux - Win2K VPN
Continuing on the saga with the CIPE not working ont he Win2K client. To
recap - the problem is that the cipsrvr does not stay running with the
peer enabled and nor does any data even touch the CIPE interface (to be
expected as cipsrvr is not running). Anyway, the last thing I did was
scan the ports (nmap from linux machine) and port 10001 (the port CIPE
is configured for) is closed (even with cipsrvr running - ie peer
disabled). I have no firewall or anything (to my knowledge) on the Win2K
machine. Which all leads to:
Any ideas on how to open a port on Win2K? Googled to no avail.
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