hardware based vpn

i have created a vpn tunnel from our satellite office router, which has a netgear router to our main office router which has a effiecient speadstream router . behind the speadstream sits a windows 2000 server. this server is our web, ftp, exchange, etc server. the server is running isa. how do i configure the server to accept the tunnels vpn traffic.  the routers are using ike/ipsec

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tryonixAsked:
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svenkarlsenCommented:
Please clarify your problem:

do you have a functioning VPN tunnel and are having problems with traffic through this ?

or

do you need to setup the Win2000 server as an endpoint for a VPN tunnel ?
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tryonixAuthor Commented:
i need to setup the windows 2000 server as an endpoint for a vpn tunnel

thanks
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svenkarlsenCommented:
hmmm, - you say "the routers are using ike/ipsec.... "

Do you mean that there is already a VPN tunnel between the two tunnels, and now you are having problems connecting:

 - from a computer on your branch office
 > via the vpn tunnel
 > to your main office

Is this the case, then tell me:

Who has setup the VPN tunnel ?

Are you sure that the VPN tunnel is working ? I.e. Can a computer at one end communicate with a computer at the other end ?
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tryonixAuthor Commented:
yes there is already a vpn tunnel, the computers in the other office can ping our server. i believe the tunnel is set up correctly . i am just not sure how to set up the server. to handle those request.

i put the ip address of the router into our LAT and the computers at the remote office are communicating with the server. but i know that is not the right way to do it.

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tryonixAuthor Commented:
i solve the problem myself. in isa i put a filter to allow traffic from the remote ip through.
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