Your WAN is in a provate range. Did you disable "block private ranges on wan" at your wan interface
settings (bottom of the page)?
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> Von: Bob . [mailto:tempuserone at yahoo dot com]
> Gesendet: Montag, 23. Januar 2006 01:01
> An: monowall
> Betreff: [m0n0wall] Please help with a PPTP setup
> I am at wits end trying to get PPTP up. I have followed the
> excellent information in the Monowall Handbook Chap 9 and get
> now where. I am sure my problem is something simple I have
> overlooked but I am getting nowhere after several days of trying.
> I did a fresh load of Monowall 1.2 to get a "default"
> installation. I have WAN IP of 192.168.15.100 and a LAN IP
> of 192.168.1.1/24. LAN DHCP is enabled with a range of
> 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.150. From the LAN nic I go to a
> D-Link switch to a client
> (XP SP2). The client gets a dynamic IP address and is able
> to access the internet fine.
> Per Chap 9.5, I enable the PPTP server and enter
> 192.168.1.254 for the server address and 192.168.1.192 for
> the remote address range. Click save. Per Chap 9.6, I make a
> user. Per Chap 9.7, I make a new rule using the "PPTP" tab
> of the rules page as show
> n. Per Chap 9.8, I make a user using 192.168.1.254 for "VPN
> server selection". When I launch the VPN connection client I
> enter the user name and password from when I made the user in
> the Monowall user tab.
> I have disabled the XP firewall.
> Every time the VPN connection attempt comes up with error 800
> - can not connect to the VPN server. I am at a complete loss.
> What am I doing wrong?
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