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someone
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      12-04-2003
Can somebody help me with this problem.
I need to setup PPTP connection through the PIX. The PIX runs ver.
6.3(3) The setup was done on the pix using the fixup and access-list
commands; However, we got an error when trying to connect to the
server, which is NT4.0. The error is ERROR 678. What do I nned to do
to make this connection work. Thanks.
 
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      12-05-2003
a STATIC nat (outside to inside) for the server. This is different
than the ip for interface of the pix.

Then permit GRE (ip protocol 47) and TCP 1723 to the
static nat on the access-list that is applied IN bound on the outside
interface from the host that requires access.

assume 1.1.1.10 is the server's static nat and 155.5.5.5 is the host
that wants to come in.

!create ACL
access-list from-internet permit gre host 155.5.5.5 host 1.1.1.10
access-list from-internet permit tcp host 155.5.5.5 host 1.1.1.10 eq 1723

!then apply, to 'outside' interface
access-group from-internet in interface outside

clear xlate if your server was using pat before just in case.

someone <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:<(E-Mail Removed)>. ..
> Can somebody help me with this problem.
> I need to setup PPTP connection through the PIX. The PIX runs ver.
> 6.3(3) The setup was done on the pix using the fixup and access-list
> commands; However, we got an error when trying to connect to the
> server, which is NT4.0. The error is ERROR 678. What do I nned to do
> to make this connection work. Thanks.

 
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