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VPN error 619

I keep getting error 619 when I try to connect to my remote server.

Here's the thing:

I have 2 networks at my office:
Network A: Just a cheap router that goes to the internet.
Network B: Domain controller with ISA firewall.

Network A connects to the VPN fine.

Network B will connect to all my clients except this one in which case it gets error 619.  I have read and tried just about everything and I can't figure it out.  There are no event logs on the server I'm connecting to. Only the 619 VPN error.  I thought it was ISA but it connects fine to all my other clients.
Any ideas?

Wes


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mikecrCommented:
What type of VPN client are you using? What is on the other side of the ISA server? i.e., DSL, cable modem, T1, etc.
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
I'm from ISA it goes to a switch, then to a cable modem.  I have 5 static IP;s coming into the office.

On the other end ( where I am connecting to) there is a Verizon DSL modem and a linsys route in front of the server.

predragpetrovic,
Seen this link already.  Nothing worked.



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predragpetrovicCommented:
Hi,

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Security/IPSec/Q_22502161.html

Here you can find a similar scenario. (Linksys and ISA VPN)
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mikecrCommented:
Is it a PPTP or IPSEC VPN?
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
predragpetrovic:

Thanks.  altough I can't figure out what  he's trying to do.  It almost sounds like both ISA an teh Linksys are on the same side.  My ISA has an external nic right to an outside static and the Linksys at the other location has an external IP Address.

It is a PPTP connection.
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
predragpetrovic:

I read it again.  My situation is a bit different, but this may help.  I have a DSL router on the side with the Linksys Router not the side with the ISA but maybe there's something to the DSL routers acting funny with encryption.
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
I tried putting the linksys on a DMZ jsust to see if it was blocking anything  that didn't help so I figured it isn't that.  

On my side (The ISA side) I can connect to about 20 different VPN's so I don't think it's ISA.

I get no Event error's on the server I'm going to (the server behind the Linksys) so I figured I wasn't even getting there or it's not logging anything for some reason.  

The only thing left is the DSL box, but there are no settings or interface.  I thought these DSL boxed jsut simply passed the line through to a router.

w
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
However, I can connect the VPN successfully from just about any other network except ISA so ISA definitely has something to do with it. (I'm confused)

W
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mikecrCommented:
Look at this and see if your configured like this. If not try it and see if it fixes the problem.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/283628
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predragpetrovicCommented:
Hi,

is the other end on a public address (is it natted, port address translation etc...). How is the remote site configured ?

----internet---->dsl (public address)---->inside network

or is it like

-----internet---->dsl (public address)---->isa (public address)---->inside

or

-----internet---->dsl (public address)---->isa (PAT)---->inside...
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
my end is

-----Internet-----ISA SBS server

The other end is

------Internet------DSL-------Linksys Router------Server
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Nyah247Commented:
Does the user account in question have remote access allowed/checked in their account settings?  
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
yep.

I just got the ISP changed from DSL to Cable and it still doesn't work.  .
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
I still can't get this working. I'm gonna swap out the router on teh remote end just to see if it's blocking something coming from ISA on my end.

w
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
Still working on this
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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
I switched routers from a newer model Lynksys to an older model Lynksys with the PPTP passthrough and it works fine.  I don't know what the difference is but it works.

Thank you all.

Wes
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