I have been trying to configure WINROUTE to ALLOW PPTP connections.
It has never worked for me.
I want to allow PPTP clients who are behind winroute on LAN to connect to SERVERs outside on the internet.
I'm using Winroute version 6.3
I set source to be LAN,NET,Dial-In
I have also tried the following...
- Tried PPTP protocol Inspector
- Tried even different ip translations
- Tried disabling the built-in Antivirus too.I don't use any other antivirus too.
But, I still get ERROR 721 on Windows VPN dialup while trying to connect.
The error occurs right after "verifying username and password" screen appears.
Without Winroute, It works PERFECTLY. No clue why it doesn't work with Winroute.
How can I really solve this problem?
Please help me.
[Updated on: Sat, 05 January 2008 10:24]
- Pavel Dobry (Kerio)
If I understand it correctly, you don't use SNAT in Winroute for outgoing connections? Winroute computer is just a router with no address translation?
Correct rule should be:
Source: LAN interface
Destination: Internet interface
Translation: NAT (if SNAT is required or 'none' if Winroute is just a router)
Service: PPTP (or 'any' if local computers do not require another restriction).
Be sure that Traffic rules has correct order and the traffic is not blocked by another rule.
[Updated on: Sat, 05 January 2008 13:07]
Thanks for the reply.
I have NAT enabled. Is SNAT different from NAT? I don't see a SNAT option here.
What should I do?
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