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  • How to locally authenticate users using PPTP on a local PIX firewall

    I need to locally authenticate users using Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) on a local PIX firewall. Once the users have authenticated, I need them to connect to a Windows 2003 server which is hosted at a remote location securely with encryption or some sort of tunnel. I have already got...

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  • PPTP

    When I'm connecting my PC with intex dongle is interrupted. The message shows i.e your PPTP protocol is terminated. What does it mean & how can I start my PC?

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  • PPTP, local gateway, subnet routing.

    I'm having trouble combining the use of a pptp VPN connection to a remote host while keeping connectivety to our local network. I have found the tcp/ip option to not use a remote gateway and this solves the problem for about 50%. I do have access to anything within the 192.168.x.x range while...

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  • Need help on ppp config on Cisco 2600 router

    We are upgrading our point-to-point private line from single T1 to two T1 lines. I have installed the DSU/CSU module to the router. Working on the new configuration but found the ppp code I put in doesn't work. I can't figure out what was wrong. If you could give me a hand, that would be very very...

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  • communication between two hosts using Point-to-Point Protocol

    I want to establish a communication between two hosts using PPP protocol over the serial port without the exixtence of a LAN. How do I modify an existing C++ program(written for LAN) to work over a serial port using PPP ?? a sample client-server C program would be of help.

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