[vpn] ProhibitIpSec registry key and NS5
TomM at spectrum-systems.com
Wed Dec 5 10:24:11 EST 2001
NetScreen Remote isn't involved in any L2TP communications. It may be that
your L2TP configuration is set up to connect to your L2TP server's external
IP address. If that's the case, NSR will never see the request for the VPN
tunnel to be formed.
Hope that helps!
Tom McHugh, Senior Systems Engineer
mailto:tomm at spectrum-systems.com
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thierry Blanchard [mailto:thierry_b at ifrance.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2001 6:53 PM
> To: VPN (E-mail)
> Subject: [vpn] ProhibitIpSec registry key and NS5
> When setting:
> bitIpSec = 1
> my L2TP works but without encryption (no IpSec).
> When setting:
> bitIpSec = 0
> I have an "Error 678 : There is no answer" on my W2K client.
> Even if I check "Require Encryption" in the DUN settings, I
> keep getting the
> same error.
> The Log Viewer of my Netscreen-Remote is not logging any
> activity. The log
> file on the NS5 firewall is also empy.
> Any idea?
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