RDP does not work though vpn. i was told it was MTU. client packet with vpn overhead was above max size allowed by there dsl provider?
on the day i tested chanign it, rdp started to go through (made it 1450 on my firewall endpoint) client side firewall does not have a setting.
however it was so slow! and here is the weird part. when i typed, it would scrable what i typed.
if i keyed in 123456789123456789 I would get back something like 12356879124456789
notice alll keys are there, just scrambled. this was the logon window via rdp.
i dont even know what to say.. or where to begin. before i dig in much more, maybe someone can give me a clue?
The MTU size may go even down that that in some cases, in Cisco VPN I saw it efficient to be 1300. So you never know; But setting the MTU should not be on the router, but the client machine. If interested
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