Another machine on the same network, using the credentials of the user who has the problem connects straight away. In the end I don't know > > > whether > > > > it's a router issue (ie, Netopia has problems routing PPTP requests), > or > > a > Can a Bridged network be the reason PPTP struggles when NATed > to > > an > > > assigned IP rather than when using the router's IP? Este recurso não está disponível no momento. http://forumyaren.com/vpn-error/vpn-error-800-server-2003.php
By the way, the router's IP is the only pingable public IP, not that that should make any difference at all. They both have their own > > > separate WAN connection (we use a lot of bandwidth, hence the need for > two > > > WAN connections). Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Does your ISP support VPN.-Even though your ISP provides your internet connection, they necessarily don't support VPN connections. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/888201
So for example, I might use NAT to redirect WWW which would resolve to 184.108.40.206 to an internal IP on port 80. Join Now We have VPN set up on a Windows RAS server. I have a user that gets an error 721 when she tries to connect. I tried her login from I have not been able to put a finger on the problem and I am looking at doing a complete re-install of the OS right now. Or was this exactly what > you had interpreted from my previous posting and I am simply missing what > you're stating?
Puzzler - which spacecraft(s) (actually) incorporated wooden structural elements? Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Please try again now or at a later time. http://serverfault.com/questions/110009/vpn-returning-721-error-despite-successful-logins-to-from-other-locations A PPTP connection will definitely fail if GRE is > blocked at the router.
Therefore, the only difference is that I > > am using a pingable IP address which happens to belong to the router > instead > > of using one of the Following Follow Windows XP SP3 One machine is having a problem establishing a VPN connection with a remote server. The type of network they form with their clients is a > > Bridged > > > network. Please try again later.
It hangs on verifying the username and password.
Just to clarify. We use a multi-NAT for routing service > > request to internal servers. What is required > > is > > > IP protocol 47, or GRE.
Processando... click site This has led me to believe that the problem is entirely with the one machine. I would give the router > the > > first IP address (220.127.116.11) and the rest I would use to NAT various > > services to internal servers (ftp, www, smtp, Home VPN error 721, only on 1 laptop by MJB969 on Feb 7, 2012 at 9:52 UTC | Networking 0Spice Down Next: Boarding house for students TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Join
I searched for such a log for VPN, and could not find it, and the event logs both on the local machine and the remote server do not show any events Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password? Troubleshooting remote access VPNs: Virtual Private Network (VPN) This is what comes up for error 721. news First let me explain the problem. > > > > The Problem: > > > > It can take up 6 retries for any remote user to successfully created a >
I've since tried the VPN connection on three more machines here at the shop, and every one of them connects just fine (and one of those machines is in pretty poor Also make sure that the router has the PPTP enabled and not firewall block the traffic. cn2046 67.401 visualizações 3:22 RESOLVE - Creating VPN Windows 8 - negotiation might not be configured Properly - Duração: 0:54.
Like I said, it can take up to 6 retries to successfully connect to our RAS servers (up to 30 retries if the remote user is behind a Linksys router). Carregando... We no > longer > > > have > > > > to retry up to 6 times to successfully connect. > > > > > > > > Conclusion: > We > > have approximately 32 public IP addresses, hence why we use Multi-NAT for > > routing public services to internal servers.
I had similar troubles when I installed a program to manage voip comunication inside the company. The type of network they form with their clients is a > > > Bridged > > > > network. And it sit there displaying this message for about 30-40 seconds, then it says: "error: 721 The remote computer did not respond." Network Setup: We have two netopia routers on our More about the author By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners.
Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password? By the way, the > > router's > > > IP is the only pingable public IP, not that that should make any > > difference > > > at all. This doesn't explain why I could still somehow log onto the server from work, or why I couldn't log onto the router endpoint at the remote site, but I don't care For whatever reason, > > this solved our problem with connecting to the RAS server.
Disable blocks all ports and makes the problem worse. 0 Tabasco OP MJB969 Feb 7, 2012 at 1:29 UTC Fixed it! What's this I hear about First Edition Unix being restored? I am not sure if I am clear on this? It would take a while to explain here, so a rather point you to one article in the web that explain this "problem" and how to bypass it.
PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 RAS Routing > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles All the other services work > > > > perfectly with the router's Multi-NAT table. Mariodlg2,790 pts. You also need to set up your dial up connection and modem to answer automatically.
I can also telnet into port 1723 from the remote site. This is a safety > > > measure to prevent spoofing a reply. > > > > > > So I suspect that, with your previous setup, the reply was coming Hello and welcome to PC Review. A PPTP connection will definitely fail if GRE is > > blocked at the router.
This connection was working in the past. One RAS server is configured to use one router as it's > > gateway, and the other RAS server uses the second router as it's gateway. > > When PPTP connections This software had installed another network interface and that was the problem.