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VPN How To ? Error : 629

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I try to install VPN services for Server and Client using Windows NT 4.0 for the server and Windows 95 client thru the internet ... which is dial to my ISP and then dial to my PPTP Server which is at my office ... I have follow the procedure as described in the Microsoft WWW Site.. step by step as instructed which is install the PPTP and RAS configuration, adding the value key to the registry ... I also try to connect thru my local LAN configuration as described in the how to instruction .. but still the ERROR 629 keep on comming .. what when wrong ...
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The following (5 secs KB search) sounds like it (or check KB Q161986):

Microsoft Knowledge Base

PPTP Connection to Multihomed Server May Not Succeed

Last reviewed: July 23, 1997
Article ID: Q169843 The information in this article applies to:

•Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 4.0 •Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0







SYMPTOMS

When you use Dial-Up Networking to connect to your Internet service provider (ISP), and then attempt to make a PPTP connection to a remote LAN, you may receive the following error message:



   Error 629: The port was disconnected by the remote machine.






CAUSE

Default gateways are configured for each of the network adapters in the multihomed PPTP server.





RESOLUTION

Configure a default gateway on only one network adapter in the PPTP server. Only one default gateway should be configured on any multihomed computer.

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by:rcaro
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Comment:  There is one network adapter in the PPTP server in the installation I'm doing and I'm having same results.
Is there a port number that has to be open in the router's firewall?  What does "multihomed" computer mean in this case? see answer from "kuk".
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by:kuk010998
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rcaro: PPTP needs the GRE protocol (number 47) and port 1723 - see KB Q162847. However, failure in this area should yield messages "No Answer" or "Error 650 Server not responding". Multihomed= more that 1 network interface with tcp/ip bound.
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by:khairi
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Yup.. my local routing table went wrong after I add nodefaultgateway to the registry .. now is okay Thanks
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