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Old 07-16-2006, 12:55 AM   #1
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VPN passthrough on Shorewall

Hi guys, I've been dealing with linux servers for about 2 years now, but this one has me stumped. I go around and setup linux servers for people. On most of these servers I have implemented poptop with mppe. On my network I have a FC4 linux server running as my router with dhcpd and shorewall. I can connect to the vpn servers but I can not access anything beyond those servers. But when I am directly connected to my cable modem I can access everything beyond those servers. So that leads me to believe it is something on my server. What can I do to shorewall to make it allow me to have a flawless pptp vpn connection with different servers? Also, could it have anything to do with the fact that on every server I connect to, including mine, I have the internal gateway set to and run on the subnet Thanks in advance!

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