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 From:  =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Humberto_J=FAnior?= <humbertojunior at jpa dot neoline dot com dot br>
 To:  Shelby Westman <shelby dot westman at gmail dot com>, m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] trouble with PPTP VPN
 Date:  Tue, 26 Apr 2005 08:46:29 +0000
I think that you should to create firewall rules for icmp, ssh in your 
wan interface.
try to do this and tell me later.


Shelby Westman wrote:

>I'm using m0n0wall pb26r614.  I know, I know, its old.  But it is
>running on a production network, and I would have to go offline awhile
>to change it out, and it has been working _flawlessly_ for months and
>months.  The network consists of three interfaces - WAN, DMZ, and LAN.
>LAN is defined with an IP address of
>Anyway, I decided to experiment with PPTP VPN with a remote OS X box,
>following the directions in the manual.
>In the PPTP setup...
>I have my server address set at:
>Remote address range:
>I have a PPTP user setup.
>AND - I have a rule - The rule is:
>Interface: PPTP
>Protocol: any
>Source Type: PPTP clients
>Destination: any
>>From my remote OS X box, I can log in to the server and am
>authenticated.  OS X tells me I am using VPN, that my IP is
>, and that the default gateway for this VPN is
>  However, I can't do anything.  Nothing at all.  From
>the remote OS X box, I can't ping anywhere, ssh anywhere, use the
>browser to reach anywhere.
>Any idea why?  Do I need to reboot the server?  (I haven't rebooted in
>six months...)  I'd appreciate any advice or suggestions.
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