• how do I troubleshoot checkpoint VPN?

    how do I troubleshoot checkpoint VPN? let's assume the user has full internet access from home. Do I check for user SSL certificate that is still valid? What is next step after checking SSL certificate?

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  • Tips for Troubleshooting a VPN

    I run a small Windows 2003 network with Active Directory. For remote access, I use an Astaro firewall/VPN that authenticates to my domain controller using Microsoft IAS. Users access it through Remote Desktop COnnection. The VPN connection seems to be working. However, strange problems sometimes...

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  • VPN setup

    i have a planet vpn router/firewall already configured to allow pptp protocol on port 1723, no polocies-pass thru mode. on my windows server 2003(small business pack) i have enabled two ports for pptp on routing and remote configurations. and also a mobile account for my remote user. vpn from...

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  • Who is responsible for the Firewall

    Our information Security department is different from the network group. Currently, we have Check Point firewalls running on Nokia boxes (IPSO image). The Network group handles the installation, upgrade, routing and IP address specification etc on the firewalls, while Information Security writes...

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  • Cisco PIX VPN config

    Hi, I'm trying to configure a Cisco PIX 501 firewall to accept inbound VPN client connections and route secured traffic to a subnet behind this PIX. I've managed to configure the PIX to accept the VPN client connections, but I can't get the traffic to route correctly to the subnet that is behind...

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  • Intrussion detection

    Does any one know of any goof Intrussion detection system boxes which are not crazy expensive and support up to 1GB lines.

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  • Server 2003 network – 2 NICS

    I have a server 2003 with 2 nics internal 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.0 no gateway 192.168.10.5 DNS external 10.1.10.5 255.255.255.0 10.1.10.1 gateway 68.87.76.178 dns Internal nic handles the DHCP 192.168.10.150-190 it has the scope options with the gateway 10.1.10.1 that is the comcast modem. and...

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  • VPN behind PIX firewall

    Hi, I have a PIX firewall and I am trying to make a vpn connection from client machine behind the firewall to a server in another site, with a public IP. I am getting error 800. need help please

    Sabusada5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting to a Real VNC server accross the internet

    Hi, I have VNC server installed on a machine in my network, and I would like to access it across the internet from a seperate LAN. I have look all over the internet for a simple guide of how to do this. Each explanation states put the IP address of the server in, ensuring the correct ports are open...

    Goldstar0035 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting to servers on private network after VPN connection completed

    I can connect to a private network using my VPN client. I get a private network IP address. I am not given a private network default gateway, but it know the DNS server and WINS server IP addresses. I cannot ping either DNS or WINS or any of my servers. I'm running on a Windows Server 2003 box with...

    Marknit10 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP ping computer name resolves to VPN IP instead of local address

    In a windows XP professional, connected to a fortissl VPN. The machine is connected to a router that gives local addresses with DHCP. The machine is not in a domain. No domain controller. From <computer name>, ping <computer name> gives the address of the VPN virtual adapter (when...

    Buuu5 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect a server using DSL routers

    My company is having 30 users at different different location all of them is having separete DSL routers with a VPN tunnel ... And i wanted to connect them to the main server and create a active directory to deny using the cdrom,startmenu, flash drive, games and etc they should only use the company...

    Sufisnetwork5 pointsBadges:
  • Switching ISPs and need help reconfiguring VPN and Firewall settings

    When switching from DSL to Cable Internet... when you have a router w/VPN & Firewall and a static IP - how do you switch the service? Obviously just plugging the new service provider in won't work. I know you need the log in and password to the router but after that?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Help with installing VPN on Vista

    When trying to install VPN on a machine with Vista, the download gets to the point of "installing the deterministics network enhancer" and then stops. A message pops up saying "a lock is holding the application" please close all open applications that are open and try to reload again. Then it...

    Networking Channel ATE30 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure VPN with Cable Internet?

    I was able to connect to the VPN using wireless Internet but this Internet access is no longer available to me. I have now subscribed to Cable (LAN) Internet. VPN is not working in this. Could someone step me through how to set up VPN with cable Internet? Thanks.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • VPN access to 5 branch locations

    I've got an offices at 5 location, 10 pcs in every location with 1MB Broadband internet connection. how can i set up vpn to access all the location from H.O

    Rananandy5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN Error When connecting wireless on laptop but works fine hardwire with the same router

    I have a laptop that has a vpn setup. I am able to connect hardwire to my laptop at home and my vpn works fine but when i remove the cable and try to log in wireless i receive the following error 619 The connection to the remote computer could not be established so the port views for this...

    Wingnut789060 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP Over VPN Win2K3

    I have successfully set up my Windows 2k3 DHCP server on my local network. There's no domain, so everything is set up in a workgroup. I only need the server for laptops that travel between our home office where the server works, and our remote office, where none of the laptops are picking up their...

    ChevyAdmin20 pointsBadges:
  • Transition From Workgroup to Domain During Building Transition

    My company presently occupies 2 buildings in the same city with a third smaller building on the same lot as the main office. The main office houses 51 XP workstations networked through Cisco switches on static IP addresses. We have 2 databases that interlink for maintaining customer data and...

    SBIT40 pointsBadges:
  • can’t browse network

    At intermittent times of the day or week. I cannot get to the other computers on my network. Users are accessing Qbooks on the network and are usually able to get into Qbooks but sometimes the network printers refuse to work or you cannot get to other computers on the network to access their files....

    Kmartin5665 pointsBadges:

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