3Com Super Stack 3 Firewall

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I'm trying to install a VPN using a super stack 3 3Com firewall, but until now i can't get connection between a server windows 2003 an a client windows XP. It looks like the conection validation is stablished but then there's not data traffic at all. Any ideas about the rigth hardware configuration. thanks in advance.

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How exactly are you trying to connect to the server? A web session?

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  • Carrie Higbie
    Assuming that you checked the obvious such as software revisions, I would also check the firewall rules and ports. You can try opening up everything to that workstation and then scale back from there. You do not want to leave it open, but it is a good place to start. Also you will want to be sure that you don't have a bunch of extra protocols loaded, it may be trying to connect via the wrong protocol. Also, and this is key, check for any viruses or odd port activity on the workstation. It may be getting locked out due to suspect activity. Lastly, I would check 3Com's web site to see if you can find some answers there.
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