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VPN Access via SSH Sentinel

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by DustinC, May 23, 2005.

  1. DustinC

    DustinC Network Guru Member

    Hello All;

    I really hope someone can help me.

    I have asked numerous people, and have just come across this site.

    Lets start with the basics.

    I have setup a BEFVP41 and SSH Sentinel v1.3.2 build 2 without problems, I can connect to the VPN and ping the local computer/s

    Big problem, (I have found a lot of people with this problem with no final answer I dont believe) is I cannot access the local shares.

    What am I doing incorrect, and where do I need to look to get this working.

    Any help will be appreciated, I am also willing to pay to get this setup.

    Dustin
     
  2. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

  3. DustinC

    DustinC Network Guru Member

    I have tried that.

    Is there a possibility that because this router is also connected via Site to Site that I cannot connect twice using the BEFVP41?

    I tried connecting mapping the drive via

    Reconnect using different username / password and I got a prompt saying it couldnt access cause it was wrong, although I put the format different

    MONITOR\USER NAME (monitor being the workgroup name)
    and then the password.

    It then said cannot find network path....

    is there a possibility that the router only allows one link through the VPN?

    Any more information would be appreciated, I think I have tried EVERYTHING.
     
  4. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    Nope, the BEFVP41 supports up to 50 simultaneous IPSec tunnels.
     
  5. DustinC

    DustinC Network Guru Member

    what about something with the routing tables, do I have to set that up.

    A site to site BEFVP41 - BEFVP41 can connect to each other as well as connect to their network shares.

    Its the client - BEFVP41 that cannot connect to the network shares.

    Do I have to set anything up in SSH Sentinel to obtaining an IP or anything, as doing an ipconfig /all shows that the SSH Virtual Network Adapter is showing media disconnected.

    I just feel as though I am missing 1 step, what about opening ports in the router for file sharing?

    I am asking anything and everything, any more insight would help.
     
  6. DustinC

    DustinC Network Guru Member

    it seems I have fixed the problem.

    It was the Windows XP firewall for File And Printer sharing was enabled for specific subnets rather than 'any'

    Thanks for all your help
     

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