I've tried setting up the m0n0wall PPTP server as well, I got the exact
same errors on the Windoze XP clients. I figured it just doesn't work
with windows so I created an internal vpn server and forwarded the ports
to it instead. I've read the tutorials on getting windows to work with
the pptp of m0n0wall, but even with a direct internet connection and ip
address, it still gets the same error you get with "732, could not agree
on PPP control protocols". I gave up on it due to time restraints, but
if anyone figures out how to get windows clients working with m0n0wall,
I would love to know as well.
Paul Dugas wrote:
> Been meaning to spend tim eon this for a while but never managed before
> last night. Didn't get much time actually but I think I followed all
> the directions without success. Figured I'd ask.
> I have m0n0 boxes at home (running 1.21) and at my office (running 1.2).
> The home unit is connected via PPPOE through a DSL modem (bridging, not
> routing). At the office, the DSL line comes into the ISP's Netopia
> router. The internal side of the Netopia is connected to the m0n0
> router which is then connected to the office net. The line below
> depicts the connections.
> The Netopia is setup with the WAN IP of the office m0n0 box as its
> "Default Server" and no other "Pinholes" are setup. Both m0n0 boxes are
> setup to using Inbound NAT to forward HTTP/HTTPS/SSH/IAX to internal
> servers and that has been working perfectly since day one. Both boxes
> are also setup using the traffic shaper with the wizard rules modified
> only to add additional queues to prioritize the VoIP traffic.
> Now, what I'm trying to do is get the PPTP server going at the office.
> I've set it up according to the docs and have setup a WinXP machine at
> the house to connect. It's failing with error 732, could not agree on
> PPP control protocols.
> What I'm wondering is if the intermediate Netopia router could be
> munging things somehow. I'm seeing lots of entries in the system logs
> on the office m0n0 box when I try to connect. I see a few "LCP:
> SendConfigReq" entries and their dumps then "call cleared by peer".
> Seems like the client isn't getting the config offers and is aborting?
> Make any sense?
> Any input would be appreciated,