Re: Routing through VPN (with RRAS) = remote network not reachable...
From: Jéjé (willgart_A__at_hotmail_A_.com)
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2004 08:42:01 -0500
in this case, what route is probabling missing in the other side?
I'll contact the I.T. Team...
The remote network is like a 10.x.x.x network, the VPN assign an IP address
>From my side I've setup the ropute for the 10.0.0.0 network.
When I'm connected by VPN, there is no route added (route print)
automatically, so I ask the IT to create this route.
"Bill Grant" <not.available@online> wrote in message
> As Phillip said, you can't fix this problem simply by making changes at
> your end. The other site must have a route to your site through the VPN
> link. This is usually set up automatically when you connect (if the remote
> server is aware that you are making a router to router connection).
> Without this, your server connects as a normal VPN client, and only a
> host route back to the calling machine is set up. So the remote site knows
> how to reach your server, but not the LAN behind it.
> "Jéjé" <willgart_A_@hotmail_A_.com> wrote in message
>> I don't see anything special in some of the documents I found on the net.
>> but because I've not a access of the remote VPN Server, I don't know its
>> specific configuration, so I can't validate from this side for the
>> moment. :-(
>> I'll try again later.
>> "Phillip Windell" <@.> wrote in message
>>> "Jéjé" <willgart_A_@hotmail_A_.com> wrote in message
>>>> any idea?
>>>> what I have to configure except my static route to the remote network?
>>> You have to create a "Site-to-Site VPN" (aka Router-to-router VPN). It
>>> is a
>>> whole different model then the Remote Access VPN that you first were
>>> with. Go to http://www.isaserver.org and use "VPN" in their search
>>> You will find many articles concerning VPN. Choose the one that best
>>> your situation. Be sure to pick the right one.
>>> Phillip Windell [MCP, MVP, CCNA]