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outlook access through pix 515e

Posted on 2006-07-13
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I have a pix 515e and SBS 2003, I configured the pix with VPN and I connect fine from outside to the intgernal network but when I run the outlook through the VPN as I'm in the network I can't get any response from the exchange. and the outlook failed to send or receive any data.
should the pix got any more configuration or the exchange.

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Take a look at the info in the link below and follow step by step;

http://rsivanandan.wordpress.com/2006/07/09/mtu-settings-for-vpn/

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Rajesh
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It could also be a DNS issue.  Make sure that you're able to ping the Exchanger server over the DNS connection by both its NETBIOS and fully qualified domain name.
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