You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion.Posts: 28 Joined: 29.Jun.2005 From: Sydney, Australia Status: offline: Hi, I have an ISA 2004 SP2 on a Windows 2003.VPN Connected but cant see server. They can ping the server using the IP address but for some reason when they attempt to connect through Windows Explorer it.If so then possibly it is an access control list issue on the remote routers. be sure you are allowing at least icmp reply back out of the router.Unless you define your other networks as part of the trusted domain it will see this as remote external traffic.The VPN device is provided with: an identification information acquisition unit which acquires.Internal Firewalls help protect machines from threats that unfold from within the Edge of the Network, and should never be disabled.
Re: Unable to ping internal LAN after VPN make sure your RRAS server is actually providing a gateway as part of theDHCP Scope it gives to the vpn client I think this.This setup allow users VPN and also NAT with public interface enable.
Because if not, you should push out a Group Policy to fix that.Hi all, We are attempting to deploy a VPN server based on Windows 2008 Standard.If you can ping a non windows device this indicates it is the windows PC that is stopping the ping - not the VPNs etc.
Error 800 is a VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection error vpn error 807 800. AvoidErrors 266,697 views 9:45 Set up VPN server on Windows 7 Professional.
Windows 7: Win7 to Win7 VPN connects but no ping or file share access.Can you remote-in via RDP into off-site PCs, or map to the share on remote segment, or print to remote printer or do anything else to remote devices except to ping.
If its a work server then chat with your network admin and he should be able.