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Cannot access website through VPN

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Hi All, we have got one of the website(192.168.235.110) published through ISA 2004. When clients connect through VPN (windows 2003 R2) they cannot access the website but it works fine if VPN not connected.What could be the issue.
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by:pwindell
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Too many variables
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Sorry

The IP# is only partially relevant in that it shows an RFC Private Address which gives only a mild hint to the topology,...the exact IP# itself is not relevant.   The Server OS version is not relevant,..it could just as easily be a Unix based OS running Apache and would make no difference.

What we need to know is the topology design,...the location of everything including the users,...and the methodologies being used to access the Site.
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by:yo_bee
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Can you ping www.google.com when connected to VPN?
If not sounds like a DNS resolution.
Can you ping your internal servers/servers when connected via VPN?

Try a tracert to www.google.com to see where it fails.

These are a few things you can ty
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Problem sorted as I change the settings in browser to use internal proxy server and that way it opens the websites. All good.
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close the ticket or delete it.
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Figured it our by myself.
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