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dkerber

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I am migrating from WR4 on NT4 to WR 6 on Win2k; everything works fine in NT but I have to upgrade because Kerio doesn't sell licenses for WR4 any more, and we've outgrown the 25-user license I've been running on for years.

Can somebody point me to step-by-step instructions for setting up WR 6.4 on a Windows 2000 server with M$ PPTP VPN support? I can get WR to work by itself (at least for outgoing internet connections), but can't get the VPN to work for incoming connections for my outside users. I think the trouble is in my window RRAS setup, rather than the WR setup, there are very few references out there with sufficient detail for me to figure out what I'm missing, and I've been messing with it for 3 days now. Part of the problem, of course, is testing without disrupting my current users, but I'm hoping that a set of detailed instructions will me allow to set up the machine and then plug it into place with a minimum of post-installation messing around.

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dkerber

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I never got this going with the PPTP VPN server on the same machine as Winroute, but was able to work around it by putting the PPTP server on a separate NT4 machine behind the firewall.
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1. Setup your VPN on W2K Server first , and ensure it can connect to VPN Server , and allow VPN client connect to your lan.


2. Set a NAT rule in Winroute like
Source "Dial In" or your VPN client's IP range
Destination "Out Going" interface
Service "Any"
Action "Permit"
Translation "NAT (default outgoing interface)"

After apply the rule , try to connect to internet from VPN client.
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