If the pass-through that you reference is actually "redirection", then
yes I have it working. I redirect pptp connection to an internal
windows 2000 server. External clients point their pptp connection to
the m0n0wall wan interface, which gets redirected to the internal
- v1.11 generic pc image
- under VPN \ PPTP \ Configuration menu link
Changed radio button focus to "redirect incoming pptp connections to:
- PPTP Redirection textbox [enter pptp server ip]
- The default image supports 16 pptp connections. I beleive there is a
hack available for up to 50 connections.
Have you checked the system logs to see what error messages are occuring?
On 5/3/05, Nantel Mathieu <mnantel at microserv dot ca> wrote:
> Good day,
> Hopefully this has not been answered before (it does not figure on the FAQ afaik).
> We have a cable connection which is hooked up to a Netgear wireless router. The Netgear has been
spontaneously crashing for the past month in quite a random manner, and thus we replaced it with a
Linux router box.
> One of the main requirements of the router box is to be able to let outgoing PPTP connection pass
through (offer some kind of connection tracking for those).
> I initially tried installing devil-linux (linux+iptables) which would let some users connect using
PPTP, once in a while, and deny others in a very erratic. It felt like you had to let the firewall
idle for 30 seconds between a PPTP disconnection and reconnection. And it just didn't work for some
of the users.
> I then thought about trying an entirely different package (BSD). So we setup m0n0wall on the box,
which works beautifully BTW. However, I got the same sporadic PPTP connectivity. PPTP works
flawlessly with the Netgear box.
> Iptables does seem to implementent PPTP connection tracking, however it appears to be still "beta"
at this time.
> Has anyone got this to work with m0n0wall? A non-linux-guru is going to manage this device, and
the GUI is perfect for this so I would love keep it if it will work.
> Mathieu Nantel
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