vpn over vpn?
is it possible first connect to one vpn gateway and then connect through
this tunnel to the next?
AFAIK not, because the clients want exclusive access to the local port udp
do you agree?
do you know a possible solution?
please give me some thoughts...
btw: I tried openvpn, but this seems to be more complicated than the
ipsec-tools and linux26 because I want to use the samba shares in the
comany...also read a lot of docu there - but I think that�s crap
...VPN in a VPN
man can build a different one VPN tunnel in a VPN tunnel via Cisco's.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, joe <email@example.com> wrote:
:man can build a different one VPN tunnel in a VPN tunnel via Cisco's.
Not using a Cisco PIX.
With IOS, you might be able to do it using a loopback interface.
For both IOS and PIX, all crypto map policies applied to the same interface
send out the IPSec packets directly to the peer, even if the peer
is within an address range matched by the ACL for a different crypto map
I do not know what would h...DCOM through VPN
We have a three tier application .Client is in Vb and components reside in
remote machine.Some users not able to launch the app through VPN but the
same installation works when the user is in office.This is happenning for
few people. The error message indicates DCOM access denied error
code0x80070005. So client is not able to create object of a componeent in
a remote machine. This happens only if the user connects through VPN and
only for my app where as outlook and other apps are works fine. but if he
uses dial up it works fine. Can any body suggest the possible solution for
...VPN through VPN
I apologize if this question has been asked before. I have searched and
the results did not lend what I was looking for, I have connected to my
office VPN, the office is connected to the colo vpn. Is it possible to
connect to our colo vpn from my current connection at home? I would
think it is... perhaps I need some fancy routing/firewall rules? Anyone
willing to field this one?
Home to Office is 3des ike preshared key
Office to Colo is aes ike preshared key
Home & Office are different types of hardware
Office & Colo are the same type of hardware
All VPN access is b...Should I be looking At a VPN?
Myself and some friends are all on highspeed internet connections in
various locations and were hoping to set up filesharing in the most
rudimentary of senses so that we can have networked drives and such
like you would on a local LAN.
We're all on windows computers (2k and XP) and I'd heard
that a VPN did something similar to this, am I right, and if so does
anyone know the easiest & cheapest way to set one up?
...VPN over VPN?
i hope someone may help ...
For internet i have to connect to our server at my place via VPN.
--everything is fine --
And now my question:
Is it possible to connect to an server in the internet via VPN too?
Do i need some additional tools for that or is this impossible?
Thanks in advance,
In article <3F17B586.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Otto <email@example.com> wrote:
:For internet i have to connect to our server at my place via VPN.
:--everything is fine --
:And now my question:
:Is it possible to connect to an server in the internet via VPN too?
:Do i need so...DCOM over VPN
We have purchased a distributed application which uses DCOM to
communicate between the clients and server. We have Netopia R910 router
forwarding PPTP to Windows Small Business Server 2003.
If we are using VPN do the DCOM calls travel over VPN? Do I still have
to forward port 135 and a range of ports? What is the smallest range of
ports I can use? We have 4 clients accessing this application over the
router and 2 clients over the LAN.
Thanks for any help with this.
...Looking for a solution where VPN Client access can use site to site VPN (can the ASA 5510 help?)
I'm starting to work on getting new Location to add to my network.
As it is this new location (location A) has redundant power so we will be
moving most of our servers to this location unfortunately not all servers
get to move.
So what I am looking for is a Solution where people can VPN into
"Location A" via the Cisco Anyconnect client (needed for the increasing
64 bit systems showing up out there) and be able to use this VPN
connection to contact "Location B" via the site to site connection set up
between A and B.
Does anyone out there do this no...Looking for a VPN client
Hi. I will be away from home for the next couple of months to study and was
looking for a VPN client so I could dial into my home network and use my
broadband cable connection. Is this possible to do or would I have to dial
into the internal modem instead of the cable? I am also looking to set up
remote admin and if anyone knows were I can find any info or a programme
that will help me do this is would be much appreciated.
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> Hi. I will be away from home for ...