Windows Server 2008 and VPN on Home Network
Posted on 2008-09-29
I have Windows Server 2008 loaded on to a machine at home and was trying to get it setup to allow VPN connections remotely.
I have a vanilla install of Windows Server 2008 and I created a few users and installed the Remote Access Role.
1x Wireless router (with VPN port forwarding pointing to the server's IP)
1x Home PC (running Vista 64bit SP1)
2x Laptop (both running Vista 32bit SP1)
I have been able to connect through the VPN on the home pc and one laptop(not on the home network) but I keep getting limited connectivity on both VPN connections (1 internal network and 1 external network).
The other laptop cannot establish any connection to the VPN at all
1. Does anyone know what I could do to fix the limited connectivity problem?
2. Any ideas about the laptop that cannot establish any VPN connection at all?
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
DHCP: 192.168.11.5 <-> 192.168.11.50
Primary DNS (Router): 192.168.11.1
Windows 2008 Server IP: 192.168.11.69 (static)
Other machine on home network: 192.168.11.5
Any help would really be appreciated.
Thanks in advance