TerryNet, Nov 10, 2012 #8 TechHobbiest Joined: Nov 9, 2012 Messages: 84 Please let us know if you can get this to work properly, because though I use teamviewer I would PPTP (the built-in tool for Windows), has been hacked a few times and shouldn't be used. If the netgear router does that, then all is great. Sonicwall support is pretty good and I wouldn't hesitate to call them. 0 Jalapeno OP -keith- Feb 24, 2012 at 12:23 UTC And the account you're using, it is http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-remote-printing-not-working.html
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Ensure that when the VPN is established you can open a command prompt and PING to the target Windows Sever 2003 / work machine and confirm whether or not you can You may have a binding problem with the RDP-Tcp connector. There are bots out there probing 3389 and trying dictionary attacks. I have been searching through forums and help to no avail.
Someone with a similar problem suggested trying to execute the command ?route delete 192.168.100.0? December 30, 2012 Kari Lopez What about Chrome Remote Desktop? December 30, 2012 TheFu You can also skip the VPN and expose the Remote Desktop server directly to the Internet. Cisco Vpn Connect But Cannot Access Network Get downloadable ebooks for free!
The issue you're dealing with right now with your setup is probably routing related as the local machines on your network have no idea how to route to the IP address This VPN was established before I even started working here & the "contractor" that set it up has since left town. You may have a binding problem with the RDP-Tcp connector. VPN Server - 1.) Find your NIC's properties in Window's device manger.
The site to site VPN was set up to use AES. Can Connect To Vpn But Cannot Access Network I can connect to my Win 2000 Servers and desktops using PC ANYWHERE. At first, because the client had SBS at their main site I assumed this was the problem, but sadly it was not. It is usually something like 192.168.1.2 - 100.
Also, the IP address and subnet mask of the connection machine aren't in the range of my local network range and subnet mask. You can forward, say, port 3390 to port 3389 of the second computer and port 3391 to port 3389 of the third computer. Vpn Connected But Remote Desktop Fails Could you please let me know the solution for this. Turn Off Policies In Vpn Client It is also known as the Public IP Address.
Resolution: The resolution was actually quite simple to implement once I understood it. http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-not-working-xp-pro.html The PPTP GRE packet format is non standard, including an additional acknowledgement field replacing the typical routing field in the GRE header. TechHobbiest said: ↑ Also to build off of what TerryNet suggested, you could RDP into one system and have VNC connections to the others through it. Can even make an SSL cert. Remote Desktop Connection Cisco Vpn
Setup: Router - You need to make the following changes to your router. On the computer running Remote Desktop, open the Control Panel, click View network status and tasks, and click the name of your current connection to the right of Connections. Do you really need the security of a VPN? http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-printing-not-working-remote-desktop.html December 30, 2012 Danny How to Access Windows Remote Desktop Over the Internet December 30, 2012 RaduDee2 Suggest translating external port listener to something like 33389 unless one takes pleasure in
Help me please with any advice Thanks Klara See more Can connect to vpn but can not connect remote When i am logging to remote desktop through vpn its saying you Cisco Vpn Remote Desktop Not Working If you are looking to do IPSEC tunneling, it's better to replace your existing router with one which supports this. Attached Files: Incoming vpn connection made.png File size: 31.5 KB Views: 149 Outgoing vpn connection made.png File size: 37.4 KB Views: 108 Spydeyrch, Nov 10, 2012 #5 TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined:
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and I have a PPTP VPN connection (using the MS PPTP client on Win XP) to connect to the server that is VA. Any help would be appreciated. Wednesday, March 23, 2011 2:56 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Good Morning, I have been having a similiar problem with RDP over a Cisco Site-to-Site VPN. http://jetpackshield.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-alt-tab-not-working.html D-Link?
How about the router logs? 0 Chipotle OP Andrew6748 Sep 4, 2014 at 2:29 UTC If you can ping the IP addresses then sounds like the default RDP Also, make sure that you have selected the option to allow incoming connections to use/access your local network. Give it the same static IP address that you gave it in the router's admin functions. It will ask you for an alternate address.
He's as at home using the Linux terminal as he is digging into the Windows registry. If you would like to know how I got it to work, I would be more than willing to let you know. I made it working by changing the metric value to "1" from "default" in the TCP/IP gateway configuration. Attached Files: Creating new VPN - 5.png File size: 9.9 KB Views: 94 Finished creating new VPN.png File size: 20.4 KB Views: 95 Properties of new VPN - 1.png File size:
When I do an ipconfig /all it does list our server as the DNS server. Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. In any case, it seems you have a configuration issue; you might want to make sure that port 3389 (standard RDP port) is not blocked or that traffic on that port but I am not sure. -Spydey Spydeyrch, Nov 11, 2012 #10 zx10guy Trusted Advisor Joined: Mar 30, 2008 Messages: 4,855 A little tidbit about RDP.