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Might this be the case? No > > IP restrictions at all. I minimized that window and then remotely accessed computer B from computer A. If it starts with 192.168.x.y, and the Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0, you have a standard Class C subnet. this contact form
Report office lackey- Jul 14, 2010 11:01PM dude. It was probably always working,..but the user may have mislead you with an exagerated description of the problem,...it happens to me all the time. D and E can connect to the remote network and can ping the router and other resources on both the local and remote LAN. Report randomDrops- May 6, 2010 04:21PM :) Report Asgher Qambrani- Dec 13, 2012 07:06AM @cadbomb: you can surely access your local resources after vpn connection but you'll lose your internet connectivity
Cisco Vpn Connects But Cannot Access Network
At home I can log on to server, but I can't map drives, read data, etc. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... VPN clients and internal network.We do this by:RC the VPN connection, networking, Internet Protocol TCP/IP, advanced, clear the check box (use default gateway on remote network).Hope this solves the issue for
VPN but once connected I cannot access any other computers on my home network. Attaching Network Monitor to the VPN server shows HTTP traffic flowing through the VPN server. Sign up for the SNBForums Daily Digest!Keep track of everything that happened today. Vpn Connected But No Network Access Windows 10 Then I discovered TeamViewer (currently installed and I think will probably do the job) but I am 'irritated (as Windows so often manages to do) with not being able to get
As far as for Mac, I'm not too familiar, but there should probably be an option similar somewhere in the ip settings. Connected To Vpn But Cannot Access Network Drives What information would you like to see? It is notorius for that, but it should affect all users. =>Ace I belive SBS 2003 (this server)will support /16, but 2008/2011 definitely will not. I've seen this as a cause, too.
I'm not aware of any changes from the home client side, and I do not believe there were any changes on the office network side because we have other home users Vpn Connected But Cannot Ping I've looked around everywhere I can for a couple of days now and can't see what I've done wrong. They have an identical VPN configuration to one of my customers. There is no "routing" here to deal with > > If your DNS and WINS are correct you should be able to ping the names (both > the netbios name and
Connected To Vpn But Cannot Access Network Drives
After about 30 to 60 seconds the tunnel disconnects without error or notification. Can either of you think of anything else I should try to discover the true cause of this issue? Cisco Vpn Connects But Cannot Access Network Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Connected To Vpn But Cannot Access Network Resources I have forwarded port 1723 and GRE to the IP of the server.
I started off with RRAS behind a NAT firewall..and now I've just gone to RAS (incoming connection) and see how that goes. weblink Again, I appreciate you have verified this is not the case. This also assumes that you're not trying to route your internet traffic through the VPN. fixes 90% of internet connectivity problems. Vpn Connected But No Network Access
Monday, April 18, 2011 9:35 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Tiger Li, There really isn't a particular system prompt observed on the bad VPN connections. It is a non routable address. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Cause: NetBIOS by dusk · 9 years ago In reply to VPN Connected but cant se ... In NPS I have enabled "connection to MS Routing...." and turned on "Grant Access". http://dirsubmit.net/but-cannot/vpn-connection-but-cannot-ping.html Also, as I mentioned in my original post, other home users are able to connect to BOTH office networks without issue.
Is this problem client or server side? Vpn Connected But No Internet Access Reinstalled TCPIP. you rock.
Again, not an issue at this point. The problem is, nobody came up with the solution to this issue.... or you may check out this link as well: http://ccm.net/contents/pratique/vpn xp.php3 Report Redeemer- Feb 11, 2009 09:14AM I understand how to setup a VPN connection and like I said, it had Cisco Vpn Connected But Cannot Ping Thanks again!
I disconnected both remote desktop sessions and logged on at the console of B. Let me also add that the VPN issue seems to be isolated to this particular office network. To find out what IP address range to use, open a Command Prompt window (Windows+X, select Command Prompt), and type ipconfig /all and press Enter. his comment is here Any ideas what I've done wrong?
So what Robmeans by duplicate subnets is the office subnet network ID and the home subnetnetwork ID may be the same, such as both being one of the following examples: 192.168.0.0/24, The Server VPN ipconfig /all output is this: PPP adapter RAS (Dial In) Interface: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Description . . . . . . . . . . . I'm new to vpn's and need some help getting mine to work. Rincewindwiz View Public Profile Find More Posts by Rincewindwiz 04 Mar 2014 #4 Kaktussoft Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1 10,812 posts SecretCity