worms publisher: microsoft updates. Still not working though. –Reado Dec 20 '11 at 0:19 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I'm having the exact same problem. trace routes fail after showing the remote site router hop. Thought it was the router because on other wireless networks I could connect fine. have a peek here
An alternative is using NAT on the VPN server: http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?threadID=305183 Good luck share|improve this answer answered Apr 29 '12 at 13:10 Ariel Lindgren 111 add a comment| Your Answer draft Maybe a better suggestion is to contact Microsoft support to get this resolved. Thorough and descriptive. Steve, I realize that. http://serverfault.com/questions/342563/sbs-2008-cannot-ping-clients-over-vpn
Thank you. Should I create multiple maintenance plans to backup more than 200 User databases Ballpark salary equivalent today of "healthcare benefits" in the US? And the remote PCs can access UNC shares and all that? 0 Thai Pepper OP DSM55 Jun 11, 2013 at 1:33 UTC Also, try turning off AV. 0 No, this isn't an Active Directory Domain. 184.108.40.206 is a DNS provided by Google, which can be used inlieuof any DNS servers provided your the ISP.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 2:56 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote So you havethe RRAS server acting as a router/gateway for your network. just did some trial changes in f-secure for one of the remote pc's and I can now ping it. Has ping/ICMP worked with the subject configuration in the past? Ping Over Vpn Report notme- Jul 6, 2009 12:03PM This site is full of morons that don't even know how to write English (or any language, really).
If they have to switch to Server 2003 to run the RRAS server it would cost them a chunk of change to buy the license (assuming Microsoft still sells one for Can't Ping Through Vpn Also I am not certain about this (Ace plese correct me if I'm wrong) but I remember reading something like: "When both IPv4 and IPv6 are enabled, the Next Generation TCP/IP Tuesday, January 03, 2012 5:46 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Curious, why are you using 220.127.116.11? https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/2bad6260-328a-4727-bde0-8fcaca572db5/difficult-with-vpn-on-server-2008-standard-r2?forum=winserverNIS View all 10 comments Report VPNbum- Jan 6, 2010 01:47PM Cadbomb, How do you get to these settings if you don't actually have a VPN connection configured?
Well, the company does still OWN a copy of Windows Server 2000 which was replaced by Server 2008. Cannot Ping Vpn Server I hope this helps. Well, the company does still OWN a copy of Windows Server 2000 which was replaced by Server 2008. As for Server 2000 vs Server 2003, the company ALREADY OWNS the license to Server 2000, which means there is no cost involved.
Sort by: OldestNewest Sorting replies... I minimized that window and then remotely accessed computer B from computer A. Ping Through Vpn Tunnel If the problem was solely to do with the computer than connected via the VPN I might be inclined to focus on possible issues with the connection. Cisco Vpn Connected But Cannot Ping The check the Allow Local LAN Access box.
Since typing my original post I have come across stuff on the internet that discusses a very similar issue when DoD is used. navigate here I would strongly suggest researching the case when someone attempts to connect from a 192.168.2.x subnet. However, I never entered this thinking it would be such a difficult problem to solve.