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 From:  "James W. McKeand" <james at mckeand dot biz>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall] Settings to allow Sonicwall VPN client connection from LAN PC
 Date:  Wed, 1 Dec 2004 07:21:14 -0500
Chris Buechler wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Dec 2004 13:58:44 +1000, Craig Ogier
> <baloor at bigpond dot net dot au> wrote: 
>> I am currently needing to connect to my work VPN from my laptop
>> using the Sonicwall VPN Client. However it seems M0n0wall is
>> preventing the connection. The logs show traffic as being blocked,
>> but it doesn't go so far as listing ports just IP. 
>> What settings do I need to configure to allow this VPN connection
>> passthrough. From a little googling I have discovered and have
>> creating rules to pass TCP/UDP 50,51,500&4500 through to the LAN,
>> but this does not seem to be enough. 
> There is probably a setting on the Sonicwall for NAT Traversal.
> are a pain behind NAT if you don't turn this on (on the VPN server,
> this case the Sonicwall).  I'd check that first.
> -Chris
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SonicWall VPN client v.8.0.0 has worked from here with no changes on
my m0n0wall (1.1 on net4501). The VPN client will usually detect a NAT
and will use NAT-T if needed. There are no settings on the SonicWall
to change either.

What does the VPN Client Log say when you try to connect? Can you
connect with out the m0n0wall? The biggest problem I have had with
SonicWall VPN's is getting the pre-shared key *EXACTLY* right - I tend
to fat finger it.

James W. McKeand

P.S. There may be a delay in my responding - I'm going in for minor
surgery this morning.