VPN pass through Cisco 2611 and MS Server 2003 Ent

 I want to have my Server take care of VPN Connections and not the router.  I assume I can just forward the correct ports with static nat entries.

Like this?

ip nat inside source static tcp 1000 interface Ethernet0/0 1000

If this is the correct way of doing it does anyone know for sure what ports Enterprise Server 2003 uses for VPN traffic I thought it was 500 and 51

Thanks for the help guys.
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What sort of VPN traffic - PPTP or IPSec???  If PPTP you need to open a hole for GRE traffic.
500 4500 10000 for ipsec traffic.  

you need to nat the traffic as you have mentioned.  you also need to permit the traffic through with an access control list on the outisde interface.

permit udp any any outsideip 500
permit udp any any outsideip 4500
permit tcp any any outsideip 10000


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StevexpressAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys.
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