Just to make sure: Is your PPTP IP range (the range it issues PPTP
clients) part of the same range you use for your LAN network(s)?
E.g. LAN = 192.168.1.0/24
PPTP = 192.168.1.192/28
Can your PPTP from the WAN access LAN computers/servers?
(sounds likt this probably isn't your problem, but just making sure.)
If this is an MTU issue.. then ewww, i dunno how to change it. ;)
Can you test your PPTP from a digital connection to check?
Martin Holst wrote:
>Probably a simple question, but I haven't been able to find anything in the
>PPTP-guide or on the lists.
>m0n0wall has two inside NICs: LAN for server/wired clients and DMZ for
>For security reasons access from DMZ to LAN is restricted to PPTP - this is
>WAN access through the PPTP is a another issue however :o(
>The routing is fine - the problem is MTU related.
>WAN is routed Ethernet with MTU 1500 - but PPTP is PPP with MTU 1396.
>I have set m0n0wall to log anything coming through PPTP-interface, and I can
>see that 1400byte-packets are coming in on the PPTP-interface from the web
>servers I try to access.
>m0n0wall sends an "icmp unreach/needfrag" back - to no avail.
>Does anyone know a way around this?
>...IPSec is probably better, but PPTP was SO easy to setup on win2003 ;o)