No network access when connected with vpn

Hi,

The clients that connect with vpn to our server can't connect to exchange for their mailbox and also can't connect to network shares.

The vpn connection is established and looks all fine. But why can't the connect to exchange and network shares??

Thanks in advance for your help.

Regards,
M. Belali
PramoITAsked:
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PMP_AdminCommented:
sounds like your VPN is authenticating as anonymous and not as the actual domain credentials. there is nothing in the VPN logs? what about the system logs on the client machines and the security log on the Domain controller, verify they are being properly authenticated.
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mudcow007Commented:
trying pinging the name of the server from a vpn client then try pinging the ip of the server from a client

we have had issues with dns not traversing a vpn
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PramoITAuthor Commented:
Hello PMP admin,

There are 3 clients. One can connect fine, but can't connect to exchange and network shares.
The other 2 can't connect to vpn at all.

For the 2 clients that can't connect I see the following 2 events occuring in the system log.
The user [DOMAIN]\[USER] connected to port VPN2-126 has been disconnected because no network protocols were successfully negotiated

No IP address is available to hand out to the dial-in client.

Regards,
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PramoITAuthor Commented:
Hello mudcow007,

The client that is connected, but can't reach anything on the network, also can't ping the servername of server ip address.

Regards,
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PramoITAuthor Commented:
The thing is, that it has worked fine until we moved the server to another location. Also other router, but same subnet.
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anupvsCommented:
This search result may help,
Cross check the event id with the following link for a workaround
http://www.chicagotech.net/wineventid.htm
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PramoITAuthor Commented:
When I do IP config on the server I see that the IP address of the server is different from the ipaddress of the PPP adapter RAS (dial-in)

Do these two have to be the same?

Regards,
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PramoITAuthor Commented:
Problems are solved. The problem was that the new router acted as a dhcp server. I have disabled that and enabled the dhcp server on the vpn server itself.

Thanks anyway for all your effort.

Regards,
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