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DSL can connect to recsources VPN.  Dial-up cannont

Posted on 2003-12-05
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Both Dial-up and DSL connections can make the VPN connection
But when connection to recources on the server (such as through the run command, Map network drive, or through Shortcuts) Dial-up clients recieve the Error:
"There are currently no logn servers availiable to sevice the logon request."

the obvious would be that the bandwidth is causing it to time out.
I have tried to find a recommended bandwidth  /or  minimum bandwiidth.
Are there ways to overcome this?
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hi, could you please give more detailed information of your scenario? such as operating systems at both sides, dsl routers, VPN type and major settings of all them? then we can give you more specific comments and help. thanks, bbao
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by:rumblefingers
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I figured it out.
in the connection properties of the remote computer, I was not including the Domain information when I was logging into the VPN server.

thank you for the push
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by:bbao
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you solved the problem by yourself, so you may ask EE guys to keep this question as PAQ and get refund.
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by:rumblefingers
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That's alright
You did take the time to help
So you can have the points
thanks for the concern
Cheers
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