I decided to use the router's > > public IP address for PPTP requests, instead of one of the other public IP > > addresses our ISP assigned us, and simply Check Connection to Internet Close out of the "Virtual Private Network" window and return to your desktop. Close this window and log in. Can it be an > ISP > > related issue? news
Forum Software © ASPPlayground.NET Advanced Edition current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. To fix this problem you must first verify that you are able to connect to the Internet. WindowSecurity.com Network Security & Information Security resource for IT administrators. By the way, the router's IP is the only pingable public IP, not that that should make any difference at all. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/888201
I've updated the NIC driver with no success. PPP LCP Configuration Request PPP LCP Configuration Request PPP LCP Configuration Ack PPP LCP Configuration Reject PPP LCP Configuration Request PPP LCP Configuration Nak Sometimes, being a generalist just does not work out so well anymore.As soon as I read your post, I knew that is what I should have thought of near the beginning. Similarly, I can successfully dial into the central site from my work PC.
The router sees this on port 1723 and then will forward that on to the IP address of your server. 0 LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Message Author Comment by:rj22005-03-02 I am thinking that something may have happened that tore up the networking components of Windows somewhat, and this is what is causing the problem. 2,015 pointsBadges: report Subhendu Sen Feb To fix this problem you must first verify that you are able to connect to the Internet. For whatever > > reason, > > > > this solved our problem with connecting to the RAS server.
Ask Question Free Guide: Managing storage for virtual environments Complete a brief survey to get a complimentary 70-page whitepaper featuring the best methods and solutions for your virtual environment, as well I am not sure if I am clear on this? Remote computer did not re... - 31.Aug.2003 7:55:00 PM tshinder Posts: 50013 Joined: 10.Jan.2001 From: Texas Status: offline Hi Jon,Does your ISP allow inbound VPN connections?Thanks!Tom (in reply to Home Browse Categories Uncategorized(364,204) Home How to Fix a "VPN Remote Computer Did Not Respond" Error Share Tweet Pinit Google+ Email admin Dec 21, 2015 / 12 Views A "VPN remote
I decided to use the router's public IP address for PPTP requests, instead of one of the other public IP addresses our ISP assigned us, and simply forward PPTP (TCP 1723 When I'm connecting to the VPN server directly to the internal IP I connnect without problems. When the server replies, the > packet goes to the NAT router, is modified by NAT and gets the router's > public IP as the sender's IP. Check Connection Properties Click "Start" and "Control Panel." Double-click the icon for "Network and Dial-up Connections." Right-click "Virtual Private Connection" and select "Properties" from the context menu.
Are any particular settings on the router needed to make this work? 0 Question by:rj2 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 16 Best Solution bysamccarthy You will need to verify that the http://forums.isaserver.org/Disconnected%25_Error_721%25_Remote_computer_did_not_respond%25/m_130177900/tm.htm Error 721. Using the router's "real" IP and port forwarding works, because the client sends the request to the router's IP. Our ISP was not able to make this work. 0 LVL 16 Overall: Level 16 Networking 6 Software Firewalls 4 Hardware Firewalls 3 Message Expert Comment by:samccarthy2005-03-15 Glad to hear......
FTP, WWW, RDP, PCAnywhere, SSL, PPTP, > MAIL, > > > > etc...all these services are routed to internal servers/workstations. > We > > > > have approximately 32 public IP Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. 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 http://forumyaren.com/vpn-error/vpn-error-721-remote-computer-did-not-respond.php By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners.
If the browser does not load a web page, the browser is not connecting to the Internet. Remote computer did not re... - 1.Sep.2003 10:40:00 AM scriven_j Posts: 8 Joined: 30.Aug.2003 From: London Status: offline I have worked it out. The problem is resolved, and thanks! 2,015 pointsBadges: report saturno Mar 1, 2011 11:37 AM GMT Great!
I can ping the central site from the remote one, no problem. By the way, the > > router's > > > IP is the only pingable public IP, not that that should make any > > difference > > > at all. The remote PCs are on a network which contains another SBS 2008 domain/domain controller/AD/server. I have shut down the firewall on the affected machine with no improvement.
Any ideas what might be wrong? When I connect directly to external IP there is much more PPP traffic compared to when I connect to external IP. What are the computer-like objects in the Emperor's throne room? http://forumyaren.com/vpn-error/vpn-error-721-the-remote-computer.php Get Access Questions & Answers ?
Using some types of routers (without support to NAT-T), and in case it is an L2TP VPN, you might need to tweek Windows XP registry to make it able to connect Sign up now! Error 721. I was sniffing the wrong lamppost !The VPN works fine - The place where I was trying to test it was blocking the GRE packets.
The server is behind a router that run NAT. Usually 721 just indicates that GRE is being blocked. This is a safety > > measure to prevent spoofing a reply. > > > > So I suspect that, with your previous setup, the reply was coming from > a