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Configure PPTP passtrough on ASA5510

Posted on 2013-06-25
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Hi Folks,

I need to connect to a PPTP VPN server outside our network. I want to connect from a Windows 2012 Server from the inside of my network, through a Cisco ASA 5510, to a cliënt site where the VPN server is running.

I found this website with some basic commands for the ASA. Will this do the trick for me?

http://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0000009.htm

Any additional advise is welcome!
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If you just need to be able to connect from the inside to an outside source via pptp, the link you posted will get the trick done. You most likely won't need to do the ACL portion, just the global policy part. The ACL part is only necessary if there is already an outbound acl in place that would block that type of traffic, but most people only need to add pptp to the global inspection policy.
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I got it working with the info on the site!

Thanks for the help!
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