[THIN] Re: OT: L2TP with Windows 2000 server

What type of IPSec connection are you trying to make on your clients
side?  Does the client have a firewall in front of it?  What ports did
you open on your firewall for your L2TP/IPSec connection?  Are you
attempting an ESP, AH or both types of Ipsec connections?  What type of
firewall is in front of your server?

Have you tried to directly connect your server to the Internet and
attempt the connection again?

Chris

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Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 8:54 AM
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Subject: [THIN] OT: L2TP with Windows 2000 server 


I am trying to connect my Windows 2000 server with an a client over
l2tp.  If I plug the client into the LAN, I can connect fine but when I
try to connect remotely I run into the problem.  I don't think it's the
firewall because I am getting no messages in the log.  I have been using
IPSEC monitor and it shows my connection to the server but the number of
"Bad SPI Packets" increases each time I try to connect.  I can't seem to
figure out what I am missing.
 
Any thoughts to help my hurting head?
 
Thanks,
 
Jonathan

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