NAT PPTP VPN

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L1 Bithead

NAT PPTP VPN

Hello, im trying to set up a NAT rule for a PPTP VPN tunnel.

I have set it up like this:

Source: untrust

Dest. zone: untrust

Source address: Any

Dest. address: lets say 20.20.20.20/32

Service: any

Source Translation: None

Dest-Translation:20.20.20.20/32

 

Security Rule

Zone:untrust

Source address: Geo Location:NO,EU

Destionation:20.20.20.20/32

Application: PPTP(iv tried this and..)

Service: tcp-1723.

 

I can see in the traffic in the traffic logs, so there are signs of the traffic. 

This is the logs from the PPTP server/router:

Aug 11 08:07:59 pptpd[12649]: CTRL: Client 50.50.50.50 control connection started (Client IP)

Aug 11 08:07:59 pptpd[12649]: CTRL: Starting call (launching pppd, opening GRE)

Aug 11 08:07:59 pptp[12650]: Plugin pptp.so loaded.

Aug 11 08:07:59 pptp[12650]: PPTP plugin version 0.8.5 compiled for pppd-2.4.7, linux-2.6.22.19

Aug 11 08:07:59 pptp[12650]: pppd 2.4.7 started by MY USERNAME, uid 0

Aug 11 08:08:00 pptp[12650]: Using interface pptp0

Aug 11 08:08:00 pptp[12650]: Connect: pptp0 <--> pptp (50.50.50.50)

Aug 11 08:08:29 dnsmasq-dhcp[12626]: DHCPREQUEST(br0) 192.168.2.199 00:23:c1:03:d2:24

Aug 11 08:08:29 dnsmasq-dhcp[12626]: DHCPACK(br0) 192.168.2.199 00:23:c1:03:d2:24

Aug 11 08:08:30 pptp[12650]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

Aug 11 08:08:30 pptp[12650]: Connection terminated.

Aug 11 08:08:30 pptp[12650]: Modem hangup

Aug 11 08:08:30 pptp[12650]: Exit.

 

Im not sure what im doing wrong, any help would be great.

 

/Marius

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L3 Networker

Re: NAT PPTP VPN

What are you trying to NAT?  The description has the same destination translation as destination address.


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