>On 10/1/05, Steve Holden <user81400 at comcast dot net> wrote:
>> I am trying to set up the VPN client that my employer provided. I
>> suspect that I need to keep the source port for packets to the VPN
>> server at work as originating from port 500.
>> Is there a way to get m0n0wall to keep the source port number the same?
>No. What you probably need is to enable NAT traversal on the VPN
I was assuming that NAT traversal was enabled and working. When using the
FVS318 (as a firewall/DHCP Server) the VPN client could authenticate. My
problems arose when trying to use m0n0wall as the firewall/DHCP server.