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Re: VPN Client (PPtP) behind OpenBSD 3.0 doing NAT..
I fought this for a few days too. I finally went back to OpenBSD
2.9 which worked just fine. Maybe a future 3.x version will work, don't
know. I think it is a problem with the pf program which just hasn't matured
enough yet. I do know that I liked the 3.0 version alot better and swear it
was faster. Unforturnately, I have to have the vpn working for my clients.
If you get 3.0 working, please let me know how.
At 05:01 PM 3/14/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>Maybe this question has been wandering around this list, I'm not sure. I'll
>still ask this one.
>I'm running an OpenBSD 3.0 machine, doing NAT for my local lan. Now I'm
>trying to set up a VPN connection to my company that is running a Windows NT
>4.0 PPtP server from one of my clients..
>The VPN client (Windows XP) on my Local LAN isn't working properly and hangs
>with 'verifying username and password' Connecting with a client (also
>Windows) that is directly connected to the internet works fine though, thus
>it must be something with the NAT machine.
>Now Í've read some articles on this subject, but the problem is that they
>vary with solutions ... Is there a way to redirect the PPtP traffic from my
>local client to the VPN server. Routing GRE traffic isn't possible within my
>/etc/nat.conf (or is it ?). Maybe in a way like the ftp-proxy ???
>Is there a way to overcome this one ??
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