It's good to hear you have it working. Now all I have to do is determine
what I've done wrong :-). BTW Chris Buechler's post was from 2003, so maybe
things have changed since then.
In my case there is no connection between site1 and site2. Each is a
separate customer with no relationship to the other. For your own multiple,
simultaneous PPTP connections: they're from different PCs inside your
m0n0wall, right? Let me try my hand at ASCII art (you'll see why I'm not a
| WAN interface
| LAN interface
So for your setup, you have successfully had a PPTP connection from PC1 as
client to site1 as server, and simultaneously a PPTP connection from PC2 as
client to site2 as server?
On 7/23/07, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal dash pc dot org> wrote:
> Claude Morin wrote:
> > Just found this post by Chris Buechler
> > http://m0n0.ch/wall/list/showmsg.php?id=322/75. With m0n0wall, each
> > external IP on the WAN interface can support only one PPTP connection.
> > This
> > appears to be a limitation of m0n0wall rather than a limitation of the
> > protocol. For my scenario below, this means that as long as userA is
> > connected to site1, userB can't connect to any PPTP server, even if it's
> > different one (i.e. site2).
> This is incorrect. He is saying that only one connection per PPtP
> server per IP address. I have several users PPtP to different servers
> at the same time. In your case are sites A and B any way connected?