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Setup PPTP on Juniper SSG5 for multiple VPN clients

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I need some assistance in the configuration of the Juniper SSG5 router to support mulitple Microsoft PPTP VPNs.  I have it successfuly working using VIP but cannot get multiple users to work.  On the subsequent connections the Microsoft server reports VPN connection established but there is an issue with GRE for the second connection but when the number of VPN attempts get both 1723 and GRE and not connecting.

Can VIP support more than one VPN at a time?

How should it be configured so more than one connection will work.

Thanks
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there is a hidden command to enable alg for pptp

try using "set alg pptp enable"
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Also have a look at article below and configure
http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB5471
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