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VPN Problems

VPN Problems

VPN Problems

Hi have a Win98 Stn that is logging into a NT server using VPN, it has worked in the past but just recently stoped working. I have since wiped out the OS and reloaded the entire system.

We use a piece of software that communicates using IP, when the user logs on using VPN it successfully logs on but when I try and run the app nothing it cannot find the server. Has anyone seen this before???

RE: VPN Problems

Check the filter settings on the server side If someone changed the filter setting for the VPN it can block TCP/IP traffic.
If you created a network on the side that the Win 98 system is on make sure the host  and your site are not on the same network. i.e network vpn to a network.

Also do you have a second internet connection on your system if you do check the settings for the default gateway
use the route print to view your routing table.

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