PPTP VPN Issue

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by Mike via WinServerKB.com, Dec 29, 2005.

  1. I am trying to setup my MS VPN to authenticate against AD. I am going to
    have a few (3) employees that are going to authenticate from whereever they
    maybe to our home office.

    I set up the radius server and that seemed to go just fine. I was able to
    setup our "Employees" group to be able to authenticate. Then I go over to
    Routing and Remote Access Server Snap In. The server that I have has two
    interfaces/nics. I select the nic with the address that is going to be on
    the dmz as the interface that connects to the internet. Then select that I
    will be using Radius and put in that server.

    Then when everything is done I get the DHCP Relay message and so I set that
    up, but when the service restarts I then can never access the server any
    longer. This same server is our DHCP server so I can not get to the internet
    or anything.

    I know this is confusing but if you guys/girls have any questions to help me
    resolve this i can gladly provide those. Thanks all.

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    Thanks so Much

    Mike

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    Mike via WinServerKB.com, Dec 29, 2005
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  2. Mike via WinServerKB.com

    LRM Guest

    "Mike via WinServerKB.com" <u16958@uwe> wrote in message
    news:5993fb691056e@uwe...
    >I am trying to setup my MS VPN to authenticate against AD. I am going to
    > have a few (3) employees that are going to authenticate from whereever
    > they
    > maybe to our home office.
    >
    > I set up the radius server and that seemed to go just fine. I was able to
    > setup our "Employees" group to be able to authenticate. Then I go over to
    > Routing and Remote Access Server Snap In. The server that I have has two
    > interfaces/nics. I select the nic with the address that is going to be on
    > the dmz as the interface that connects to the internet. Then select that
    > I
    > will be using Radius and put in that server.
    >
    > Then when everything is done I get the DHCP Relay message and so I set
    > that
    > up, but when the service restarts I then can never access the server any
    > longer. This same server is our DHCP server so I can not get to the
    > internet
    > or anything.
    >
    > I know this is confusing but if you guys/girls have any questions to help
    > me
    > resolve this i can gladly provide those. Thanks all.
    >


    Did you enable the server as a router? Go to the remote access server
    properties dialog box on the general tab and check the router box.
    Since you didn't specify the OS I am assuming W2k3.

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    LRM
    MCNGP 7^2
     
    LRM, Dec 30, 2005
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  3. Mike via WinServerKB.com

    Ben Smith Guest

    In article <5993fb691056e@uwe>, u16958@uwe says...
    > I go over to
    > Routing and Remote Access Server Snap In. The server that I have has two
    > interfaces/nics. I select the nic with the address that is going to be on
    > the dmz as the interface that connects to the internet. Then select that I
    > will be using Radius and put in that server.
    >
    > Then when everything is done I get the DHCP Relay message and so I set that
    > up, but when the service resta
    >


    Does the client connect if you setup a static address pool rather than a
    DHCP relay agent?
     
    Ben Smith, Dec 30, 2005
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