Thanks again for the reply. I had no trouble getting IPSec working
(m0n0-to-m0n0) - it's reliable and doesn't cause me any trouble.
I'm only NATing 4 services and none of them involve port 47 or 1723. I
did try NATing 1723 to my PPTP server address - it made no difference so
I removed the NAT rule again. I'm using the internal m0n0 PPTP server
without RADIUS auth by the way.
My LAN itself doesn't have many boxes on - two Linux servers, a Win2k
Pro machine and a WinXP Pro machine so it's not like there's a lot that
could be going wrong there.
FWIW - what platform are you running on Jeff? Is there anyone else
running PPTP on generic-pc?
Jeff Buehler wrote:
> Hi Chris -
> In this configuration we have three separate LANS connected via IPSEC
> VPN's as well as the PPTP connections from outside those. We are using
> DHCP and DNS forwarding as well. We are not using Traffic Shaping,
> Captive Portal, SNMP, or Syslog.
> Your IPSEC works, but PPTP doesn't? IPSEC is usually more a pain than
> PPTP to get working.
> Hmmm. Make certain that you aren't routing or NAT'ing the PPTP ports
> (GRE and TCP/IP on port 47 and port 1723 as I recall) to some other now
> unnecessary PPTP device (like a Windows Server) on the WAN, which might
> interfere with the PPTP.
> I can't think of anything else right now - sorry!