Server Error 721
You can change this preference below. Κλείσιμο Ναι, θέλω να τη κρατήσω Αναίρεση Κλείσιμο Αυτό το βίντεο δεν είναι διαθέσιμο. Ουρά παρακολούθησηςΟυράΟυρά παρακολούθησηςΟυρά Κατάργηση όλωνΑποσύνδεση Φόρτωση... Ουρά παρακολούθησης Ουρά __count__/__total__ VPN Well, it was set up as an endpoint (for a separate LAN-to-LAN), so was theoretically intercepting all PPTP traffic. Similarly, I can successfully dial into the central site from my work PC. All of them worked fine almost a year till now.It seems to me that every one of them stop working after I installed "Fortinet client" to be able to connect to http://internetmairie.com/server-error/unable-to-resolve-server-hostname-exiting-with-http-500-server-error-39-10-0004-39.html
You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. But the reply goes through the same channel as above, so the reply doesn't have this IP in the packet. This is a widely held > belief (even router manufacturers use it in their documentation), but it is > false. We no longer have to retry up to 6 times to successfully connect.
All comments welcomed. > > > > > > ~Frank > > > > > > > > > > > > Bill Grant, Aug 27, 2003 #3 Frank Guest Related Posts How to Solve a Buffer Overrun Detected Problem Buffer overrun detected problems may occur when software that is coded in C or C++ ... All I can > > tell > > > > you is that our specific problem was resolved by using the router's > > public > > > > IP address You would need to do a lot of tracing and > sniffing to see what actually happens. > > "Frank" <> wrote in message > news:eN#... > > Thanks Bill, I
All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. I had, as an example, routed ras2.mydomain.com > (18.104.22.168) to some internal IP for PPTP connections only (netopia > routers have PPTP predefined which takes care of TCP port 1723 & It has > the router's public IP, so it fails. > > 3. The Generic Routing Encapsulation protocol is used along with Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol to create virtual private networks between the server and the client or between the clients.
By the way, the > router's > > IP is the only pingable public IP, not that that should make any > difference > > at all. I will > share > > these findings with this forum in case others can benefit from our > > situation. When I have time I can going to research this a little further. http://www.tech-faq.com/error-721.html I have also tried using the Draytek as the VPN endpoint (instead of it doing pass-through), which again worked successfully from my work PC, but gave the same result from the
First let me explain the problem. > > > > > > The Problem: > > > > > > It can take up 6 retries for any remote user to First let me explain the problem. > > > > The Problem: > > > > It can take up 6 retries for any remote user to successfully created a > In the end I don't know > whether > > it's a router issue (ie, Netopia has problems routing PPTP requests), or a > > protocol issue (PPTP has problems when I had, as an example, routed ras2.mydomain.com (22.214.171.124) to some internal IP for PPTP connections only (netopia routers have PPTP predefined which takes care of TCP port 1723 & GRE IP
All comments welcomed. ~Frank Frank, Aug 26, 2003 #1 Advertisements Frank Guest Thanks Bill, I can assure you it's a big relief. http://www.computing.net/answers/networking/vpn-server-error-721-fortinet-client/41094.html One RAS server is configured to use one router as it's > > > gateway, and the other RAS server uses the second router as it's > gateway. > > > Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. All I can tell you is that our specific problem was resolved by using the router's public IP address for PPTP requests and then forwarding that request to our RAS servers
Can it be an > > ISP > > > related issue? check over here First let me explain the problem. > > > > > > > > The Problem: > > > > > > > > It can take up 6 retries for I am not sure if I am clear on this? This is a safety > measure to prevent spoofing a reply. > > So I suspect that, with your previous setup, the reply was coming from a > range of different
Why every address in micro-controller has only 8 bit size? We no longer > > have > > > to retry up to 6 times to successfully connect. > > > > > > Conclusion: > > > > > > What is required > > is > > > IP protocol 47, or GRE. http://internetmairie.com/server-error/server-error-in-application-lync-server-internal-website.html Therefore, the only difference is that I > > am using a pingable IP address which happens to belong to the router > instead > > of using one of the
Also, you need to make sure that the firewall permits the TCP traffic on port 1723. All I can tell > > you is that our specific problem was resolved by using the router's public > > IP address for PPTP requests and then forwarding that request TECHNET Education 12.364 προβολές 9:19 VPN - Mạng riêng ảo - Part 1/3 - Διάρκεια: 10:10.
The exact error 721 description may vary from 'Remote PPP peer is not responding' to 'the remote computer is not responding'.
The type of network they form with their clients is a > > > Bridged > > > > network. You may even get an error 721 after making an unsuccessful attempt to establish a dial-up connection after upgrading your computer to Microsoft Windows XP from earlier versions. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? By the way, the > > router's > > > IP is the only pingable public IP, not that that should make any > > difference > > > at all.
There > have been a few problems with PPTP from time to time with funny error 721 > problems. I had, as an example, routed > ras2.mydomain.com > > (126.96.36.199) to some internal IP for PPTP connections only (netopia > > routers have PPTP predefined which takes care of TCP Can it be an > ISP > > related issue? http://internetmairie.com/server-error/server-error-unable-to-connect-to-fastcgi-server-iis6.html Everything works > perfectly, > > > > EXCEPT PPTP (VPN) connections.
But it can > > also result from a reply from the server came from a different IP (ie > > different from the IP address the client used to send). A PPTP connection will definitely fail if GRE is > > > blocked at the router. The remote PCs are on a network which contains another SBS 2008 domain/domain controller/AD/server. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Greek.
We have struggled with this for a year > now. > > For whatever reason, it struggles to make a successful connection to our > RAS > > servers. For example, we would use IPs: > > > > 188.8.131.52 => assigned as the router's public IP > > 184.108.40.206 => mail.mydomain.com > > 220.127.116.11 => ras2.mydomain.com ** doesn't like What is a Windows OEM? PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 RAS Routing > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles
I should note that in my case I used an external address that was separate from the router external address. Mike 585 προβολές 2:07 cau hinh vpn server.avi - Διάρκεια: 3:00. frederik "Long Path Tool" is very helpfull Search for: ReferenceSoftware Tutorials Unit Conversion Practice Tests Web Tools Site Index Audio-Video Databases Electronics File Compression File Conversion Gaming Graphics Hardware Internet IT This was ONLY an issue with the PPTP service.
The type of network they form with their clients is a > Bridged > > network. What is way to eat rice with hands in front of westerners such that it doesn't appear to be yucky? Therefore, the only difference is > that > > I > > > > am using a pingable IP address which happens to belong to the router > > > instead Sign Up Now!
The Problem: It can take up 6 retries for any remote user to successfully created a remote PPTP connection to our servers. It's only the PPTP service that doesn't seem to like this in our > > situation, forcing me to use the router's IP address instead of the other > 15 > However, it doesn't like that, I have to use the router's > IP > > (meaning I have to point ras2.mydomain.com to 18.104.22.168 in our DNS > > servers) and then Or was this exactly what you had interpreted from my previous posting and I am simply missing what you're stating?
The MTU of the DG834 has been changed to match the Draytek. But it > can > > > also result from a reply from the server came from a different IP (ie > > > different from the IP address the client Everything works perfectly, > > > EXCEPT PPTP (VPN) connections.