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Unable to connect to vpn using port 1723 (ms SBS server 2003)

Port 1723 is forwarding to server adress.
Using only 1 nic
In ras/ports there is no pptp ports listening ????
If i look in to properties for ports it says there 128 ports avilible for pptp.....
Anyone ? understading why ?

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VBDotNetCoderCommented:
What is the problem?
You declared some facts and I can see no problem...
Details please...
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cfajiluAuthor Commented:
Oh sorry i am unable to connect to the VPN server
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VBDotNetCoderCommented:
I'm sorry I didn't pay attention tho the heading.

Do you have any hardware / software firewall installed?

Can you connect from LAN ?

Is it only WAN that you cannon connect from?
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cfajiluAuthor Commented:
The fw is disabled in the router no fw in the server. Trying to connect to the wan.
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VBDotNetCoderCommented:
can you please run the command below and reply with the output as a text?

telnet <server IP> 1723

Example :
telnet   192.168.2.2   1723


Run this command on the server first, then on a client PC on the same lan.
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amir7707Commented:
Many routers have issues with port forwarding. Please chage your router and test.
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cfajiluAuthor Commented:
When trying telbet serverip 1723 from a pc in the network i go the answer unable to connect
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cfajiluAuthor Commented:
i have uninstalled the antivirus software on the server (wich did not include firewall) and then it worked.
So something with the antivirus software (Panda)
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