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I have a domain based setup in my home office NOW... finally... and what I am struggling with at this point is one of my workstations (Windows XP Pro) has Nortel Extranet Client on it to connect to an outside server. When connected to the main in-house server (Windows server 2003) it hangs on BannerSock and then gives and error that the VPN connection was lost. When connected directly to the internet, dial-up or broadband, it works and connects fine.

I have since learned that I would need to enable IPSEC tunneling, but I'm not exactly sure how or what port to pass through...

On the in-house server, there is DNS, DHCP, Active Directory, IIS 6, Wins, etc etc etc...

any suggestions?
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Hi Dominomage,

try this link out http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/secmod/html/secmod111.asp , also if your nortel Extrant client has am excelerator option make sure you turn it off.

HynesCo
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