I setup the built in VPN service provided by Server 2003 STD a few months back. Everything and everyone has been able to connect with no issues from desktops and laptops on wireless or hard wired.
I recently purchased a Dell laptop for the boss with built in 802 g/b and added a Linksys WRT54G 4-port wireless router to his home DSL connection. I did not test his home desktop's ability to VPN in beforehand. I setup the Linksys and even checked the firmware once I had a connection to make sure it was the latest.
Everytime he tries to connect to the VPN from either his laptop or desktop he gets either the 721 error or the 619 error.
I have been succesful in getting the laptop to connect using a random open wireless network, another Linksys connection even.
- I have read every topic on Experts-Exchange that I could find AND tried each suggestion.
- I have checked the Linksys and Microsoft websites for info.
- I have verified the router has the latest firmware.
- I have tried disabling the XP Firewall.
- I have tried having both the laptop and desktop in the DMZ.
- I have opened the proper ports on both ends.
- I have repeatedly beat my head on both keyboards numerous times...
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