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toxic

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I'm running Windows 2000 Server and KWF5 on a computer with access to the internet. I have a Windows 2003 Server with RRAS setup on my LAN. I would like to port foward VPN connections via KWF on the Windows 2000 Server box which is accessible via the Internet to the Windows 2003 Server box.

Looking in the manual, forums and various tech docs on the net I've setup the following rule in KWF:

Source: Internet
Destination: Firewall
Service: PPTP, GRE
Action: Permit
Translation: MAP IP Address of 2003 Server box

I can connect to the 2003 box's RRAS via my local network without issue. However, outside users are unable to connect -- they get an error '721 - The remote computer did not respond' when claiming to be checking the username and password
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toxic wrote on Sun, 02 May 2004 20:37

I can connect to the 2003 box's RRAS via my local network without issue. However, outside users are unable to connect -- they get an error '721 - The remote computer did not respond' when claiming to be checking the username and password


I have the same problem. The only difference is that I am not running KWF5, but KWF6. Could anyone please tell me the solution?! I cannot find it on the forum.

Thx
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marrab

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GRE must go in both directions. So you are need add another rule to allow GRE from server box to internet.
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