Windows Server 2003 VPN and NAT

Posted on 2006-04-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-18

Please may I ask help regarding the configuration of VPN beyond NAT/Firewalled Server.  I'm using only one PUBLIC IP.

I've done setting up NAT and VPN enabled configuration and everything works fine. Ports used by VPN is allowed. I've also tried connecting to the VPN from a public ip and it works. My Internal LAN IP is and VPN successful IP is When I ping/access there is no contact.

Experts is there something I forgot to configure?

Thank you very much.

Question by:marvelsoft
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    There are multiple problems if the home network and the LAN network are on the same subnet (in this case it sounds like they may be with the 192.168).

    Can you confirm if they are or aren't?

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