Re: VPN Error 930
From: James Goodman (jamesATnorton-associates.co.ukREMOVE)
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 16:06:21 -0000
Ok, to confuse the issue further it is now working. I made no changes. I
restarted RRAS (which I have tried many times) & it is now working.
-- Cheers, James Goodman "James Goodman" <jamesATnorton-associates.co.ukREMOVE> wrote in message news:O87NLSv1EHA.firstname.lastname@example.org... >I have a network with two domain controllers. > > Domain Controller SERVER1 used to be an RRAS server. I had to upgrade the > disk in it, so ran DCPROMO to demote it to a member server. I then > installed the new disk, OS & ran DCPROMO again to promote it back to being > a domain controller. All of this passed without error. > > I am now attempting to configure it for RRAS again. I manually configured > it to allow PPTP VPN connections. This DC is also a DHCP server, so I > added 127.0.0.1 & 192.168.1.3 (the other DC) as DHCP relay agent > addresses. > > When I attempt to establish a VPN I get error 930. > > To see if it was a network problem I configured the other DC (named DC2) > for RRAS exactly as above. I can immediately connect to this, as expected. > > The only difference I see is the existence of an Internal interface on > DC2. This is missing on SERVER1 & I cannot add it. > > Does this explain why authentication would fail? > Any suggestions for a fix? > > > -- > Cheers, > > James Goodman >