I have a customer using our ethernet-based "broadband" service in a
managed office building we provide connectivity to.
In their office we provide them with a m0n0wall device with basically
the default config providing NAT and DHCP. The firewall has a static IP
on the WAN interface and the default 192.168.1.1/24 on the LAN interface
The customer reports that they can only create one PPTP tunnel at a time
to their PPTP server at another site.
Is this normal? I'm sure I've had multiple PPTP sessions open before,
but they were perhaps to multiple remote servers. If it's a NAT
limitation, are there any workarounds?
Thanks in advance,