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How to pass PPTP connection from netscreen firewall without using netscreen-remote?

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I have one static ip from ISP and windows SBS 2003 server installed behind netscreen 5GT firewall .I have route static public IP to my SBS 2003 for outlook web access and web server it is working fine.Now I want to connect to same SBS 2003 server with windows XP native VPN PPTP connection without using netscreen-remote client but it is not connecting.Please Help me.How can I connect to my SBS server without using netscreen-remote...
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by:Sanga Collins
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how are you connecting the static ip to your server on the netscreen? are you using a MIP or a VIP
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by:aljabert
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I am using MIP to connect to my server
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ok if you are using a MIP, you just need to make sure the ports for the windows server VPN connection are permitted in the MIP policy.

you should test that the connection works first from the LAN, once that is confirmed then its just a matter of opening the correct ports

please post if you have more questions:)
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by:aljabert
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thank you very much but if you should provide more information on how to open port on netscreen ?
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