SBS 2003's Routing and Remote Access behind a Watchguard X700

SBS 2003's Routing and Remote Access behind a Watchguard X700

We recently upgraded from a Watchguard X Edge 15 to a Watchguard X700, Microsofts Routing and Remote Access was working great on the X edge with PPTP(default), and  L2TP(1701 Added) open and port forwording to the internal IP of the server.  Now it is not working using the same rules on the X 700.  I am wondering if anyone out there has recently made SBS 2003 R.A.R.A. work with the X 700, and which services are specifically needed, the X 700 has a built in PPTP service but it does not let you NAT from external IP to Internal IP, you can just add other and put a Host IP which should work, but doesn't. I have also tried added my own custum PPTP service so I can NAT but that does not work.  And as you can Imagine after being on the phone with a fool at Watchguards Tech Support for 3 hours, they were of no help at all.

This Client has been with out VPN for 1/2 weeks so this is pretty urgent,

Thanks ALL
cdebloisAsked:
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Keith AlabasterEnterprise ArchitectCommented:
Are you running ISA server on the SBS server?
If so, does the ISA log monitor show any of the traffic arriving at the SBS box?
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cdebloisAuthor Commented:
No I am not running ISA on the SBS 2003
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cdebloisAuthor Commented:
WG finally helped my out today, the answer is, 1 to 1 NAT translation, enable it and use a real IP in your range but not in the Aliases of the X 700 Config, then uses the already created PPTP service under the packet filter section and point to the IP address you chose above.
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