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RE: Multiple PPTP clients behind a NAT Router [7:75716] posted 09/18/2003
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PPTP uses a raw IP protocol, have them use the VPN Client with NAT-T and
everything should work fine.

Fred Reimer - CCNA


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-----Original Message-----
From: spiegel john [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2003 12:20 PM
To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Multiple PPTP clients behind a NAT Router [7:75716]

Hello,

I am having an issue with a Cisco 3000 VPN server.  Multiple clients at one
location need to connect back to the VPN server via PPTP.  The location is
served by a DSL line with a basic NAT router.  The first client is able to
connect and the rest are rejected.  I am assuming this is a "security
feature" of the 3000 box.  My guess is that the 3000 likes an individual IP
address for each session.  Has anyone seen this problem?

John 
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