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Need help setting up VPN connection for AS-400 access via remote office

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I am trying to set up a VPN connection from a remote office to my home office.   My home office network has a watchguard x700 with the proper VPN license.  I can connect to the firebox, but can't access any network resources, I have a Windows 2003 VPN router behind the firebox, but I can't get to it, the firebox is authenticating and the connection stops there, if I remove the users names and passwords from the watchguard then I can't get authenicated.

I have tried several different configurations to no avail.  Anyone have any ideas, I am on a short timeline with this, I only have about 2 more weeks to complete this project.  The ultimate goal here is to access an AS/400 and be able to print reports from the remote office.
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so you are making a VPN connection from firebox to what ? Which end is initiating the connection ?
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please close this question, I have resolved this issue with no assistance from this forum.
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