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Novell VPN + drivemapping Win2k3

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Anonymous
February 4, 2005 3:07:17 PM

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Hi

Newbie on this, so maybe I am in the wrong group.
If so, sorry for that, and maybe someone can help
me point out which group to use.

We have a small network Win2003 server with some
shared folders and a loginscript that makes drive
mapping to the shared folders on the server.
We have DSL for internet connection, and all works
fine.

Now we use Novell VPN client to connect to our
mother company, which also works fine.

Our own network is in 10.0.0.x range and the
Network we connect to with VPN is in 192.168.x.y range.

Without VPN connected I can ping our server but as soon
as VPN is connected 90% chance that I cannot ping our
local server anymore. If that happens, I can also not
access the drive mappings.

The big problem with this is that one of our programs
requires both... the VPN connection and one of the
local drive mappings.

If anyone know what causes this problem and how to solve
it.... help would be greatly appreciated.

At the moment I am still not sure if it is some setting
in our server or if it has to do with the VPN client :( 

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February 4, 2005 3:07:18 PM

Archived from groups: comp.dcom.vpn (More info?)

If your internal ip range is 10.0.0.x and you can ping 192.168.x.y
without the VPN connected, I would guess that you have some other
device inside you 10.0.0.x network. The 192.168 range is very typical
of most home networking routers default. First thing I would do is
identify where the source of this internal 192.168 network is located
and eliminate it. Then see if everything clears up with vpn
connections. FYI you might consider changing your home sites range to
something other than 192.168.x.y since it is so commenly used. Good
luck.
Anonymous
February 5, 2005 4:38:31 PM

Archived from groups: comp.dcom.vpn (More info?)

"David" <darkjedimaster@gmail.com> wrote in news:1107524964.590607.64950
@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:

> If your internal ip range is 10.0.0.x and you can ping 192.168.x.y
> without the VPN connected, I would guess that you have some other
> device inside you 10.0.0.x network. The 192.168 range is very typical
> of most home networking routers default. First thing I would do is
> identify where the source of this internal 192.168 network is located
> and eliminate it. Then see if everything clears up with vpn
> connections. FYI you might consider changing your home sites range to
> something other than 192.168.x.y since it is so commenly used. Good
> luck.
>
>

Unfortunately that is not it.

Without VPN we only have 10.0.0.x and cannot ping any 192.168.*
The VPN connects to the 192.168.* network.

If found some information that at first VPN tunnels all traffic
through its tunnel including our 10.0.0 range. I should create
traffic rules or something to distinguish but I have no idea
where and how to create such rules.

More help still welcome
!