As already said, it might be a firewall issue. Frank Guest Hello everyone, I have FINALLY resolved an ongoing issue with our VPN connections that we have been experiencing for over a year now. I had, as an example, routed ras2.mydomain.com (18.104.22.168) to some internal IP for PPTP connections only (netopia routers have PPTP predefined which takes care of TCP port 1723 & GRE IP Following Follow Windows XP SP3 One machine is having a problem establishing a VPN connection with a remote server. his comment is here
I decided to use the > > router's > > > > public IP address for PPTP requests, instead of one of the other > public > > IP > > BigJohnny View Public Profile Find More Posts by BigJohnny 23 Jun 2010 #4 chev65 Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro, 9,149 posts San Diego Quote: Originally Posted I will > share > > these findings with this forum in case others can benefit from our > > situation. Draw an ASCII chess board! https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/888201
Therefore, the only difference is that I am using a pingable IP address which happens to belong to the router instead of using one of the public IP addresses I have All I can > tell > > > you is that our specific problem was resolved by using the router's > public > > > IP address for PPTP requests and Please try again later. i have an...
Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password? Solution 2: Refresh your service Step 1 Many issues, such as missing channels, can be fixed by “refreshing” your receiver. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell XPS 15 L502x OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Core i7-2670QM Memory 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 3000 + GeForce All the other services work > > > perfectly with the router's Multi-NAT table.
For example, we would use IPs: 22.214.171.124 => assigned as the router's public IP 126.96.36.199 => mail.mydomain.com 188.8.131.52 => ras2.mydomain.com ** doesn't like this ** 184.108.40.206 => www.mydomain.com 220.127.116.11 => ftp.mydomain.com Error 721 On Directv Tv In that case I would double check your set up because everything points to the same type of problems with error 721. Can Homeowners insurance be cancelled for non-removal of tree debris? http://www.howtonetworking.com/vpnissues/error721.htm Also, you need to make sure that the firewall permits the TCP traffic on port 1723.
I can also telnet into port 1723 from the remote site. Sixball Feb 25, 2011 10:09 PM GMT Since you mentionjed WinXP, that indicates a PPTP VPN connection - What does your VPN connection Log say? But you do not need tcp port 47. > > > > > > Best wishes, > > > Bill > > > > > > "Frank" <> wrote in message So for > > example, I might use NAT to redirect WWW which would resolve to > 18.104.22.168 > > to an internal IP on port 80.
I would give the router the first IP address (22.214.171.124) and the rest I would use to NAT various services to internal servers (ftp, www, smtp, pop, rdp, pptp, etc). But it > can > > > also result from a reply from the server came from a different IP (ie > > > different from the IP address the client Directv Error 721 Please try again later. Error 721 Vpn Windows Xp The type of network they form with their clients is a > > Bridged > > > network.
I am not sure if I am clear on this? this content We have struggled with this for a year now. This is a log file created by the above command to keep track of what was done. The error returned is "721: The remote computer did not respond." I did check ADUC and the user is allowed to connect remotely.
They both have their own separate WAN connection (we use a lot of bandwidth, hence the need for two WAN connections). We'll send you an e-mail containing your password. No eventsare logged on the server or the XP system.I am able to connect a local XP system using vpn and other XPsystems outside the network are able to establish a http://axishost.net/error-721/error-721-remote.php One more try for Installing the latest Windows XP compatible driver for the modem can also fix the problem. 60,590 pointsBadges: report saturno Feb 27, 2011 10:51 PM GMT Well,
Send me notifications when members answer or reply to this question. Whenever we try to connect it > > > display > > > > the following message: > > > > > > > > Verifying username and password... > > For example, we would use IPs: > > > > 126.96.36.199 => assigned as the router's public IP > > 188.8.131.52 => mail.mydomain.com > > 184.108.40.206 => ras2.mydomain.com ** doesn't like
I don't want to get lung cancer like you do How to cope with too slow Wi-Fi at hotel? A PPTP connection will definitely fail if GRE is > > blocked at the router. Therefore, the only difference is > that > > I > > > > am using a pingable IP address which happens to belong to the router > > > instead Can a Bridged network be the reason PPTP struggles when NATed > > to > > > an > > > > assigned IP rather than when using the router's IP?
Ensure the Proper services are either started, or set to automatic on the affected machine... 8,705 pointsBadges: report saturno Feb 25, 2011 11:30 PM GMT Using WIndows XP VPN *does How can we help you? Featured Post What Security Threats Are You Missing? check over here All comments welcomed. > > > > > > > > ~Frank > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
We'll email youwhen relevant content isadded and updated. So for example, I might use NAT to redirect WWW which would resolve to 220.127.116.11 to an internal IP on port 80.