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MikroTik to Windows Server 2012 RRAS  Site-to-Site VPN

Posted on 2015-01-27
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Hi everyone,

I was wondering does anyone have a guide for Site to Site VPN tunnel between MikroTik and Windows Server 2012,with RRAS role installed?
It can be PPTP or L2TP, i dont care.
I have main site with Win Srv, configured as RRAS (local subnet 192.168.2.0) and remote office with MT (192.168.1.0).
Static public IP in both office.

Users can connect to main office, as pptp clients and that works. Now i want to allow all users from branch office to communicate with main office without the need to use vpn connection on every computer.

I can configure MT as pptp client and connect it, but that is not site to site, as MT PPTP client will receive some address (like 192.168.2.22), and there will be no knowledge about 192.168.1.0 subnet behinde MT.

Any help?

Regards,
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The router can act as both PPTP client and server. That is the way RRAS does a site-2-site connection, too - each server acts as both client (getting a remote IP)  and server (assigning a local IP).

For details of the MikroTik feature see http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Interface/PPTP
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