Direct Access VPN on UAG

Hi Peeps,

we recently had a number of issues on our network resolved. DNS DHCP etc... on our edge (DMZ) is a UAG server where all services through this are running.

the issue is that our Direct access service on this is dead. Server 2008R2 and UAG 2010

None of our clients can connect to this service anymore.

we deauth'd a DHCP and running only one now. two DC's server 2008R2
The engineer moved the DNS server, did the whole scavenger thing, and then rebuilt it.

not sure if that might have broken anything. But since then everything has died. we did also upgrade the NLS cert which sits on the CA server. the DA verification gave the green light on this one.

any guidance is welcomed!

oh... should the DC's with the DNS have ipv6 enabled? or just the UAG?

Thanks.
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Dirk MareSystems Engineer (Acting IT Manager)Commented:
you should enable ipv6 on your DNS servers and ipv6 on your DHCP

Have a look at Trainsignal guide..

http://www.trainsignal.com/blog/server-2008-directaccess-configuration
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AncientsAuthor Commented:
Thanks for this link. was great.

While we resolved a number of issues, we turned off public firewall on client systems for a very short window, as initial issue was unable to join local domain network. and when we did testing and changes, the DA would fail. in the end we resolved everything. Putting the firewall up was the last requirement to fix the DA. Though enabling IPv6 on the DNS and DHCP server were also required after DC rebuild.
AJ
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