Hi.

I'm still struggling with this problem, is there anyone out there that can
offer me some help please

Thanks
Reinhold

On Thu, May 29, 2008 11:13, Reinhold wrote:
> Hi
>
>
> I'm using mpd5 for pptp connections and last night I had to change our
> subnet from 192.168.1.0/24 to 10.1.10.0/24 after I've made all the changes
>  to all the config files I rebooted and everything is working except for
> pptp. I'm using mpd5 for 2 x adsl pppoe and pptp.
>
>
> Here is the pptp section
> pptp:
> set ippool add pool1 10.1.10.220 10.1.10.239
>
> create bundle template B set iface enable proxy-arp set iface idle 1800 set
> iface enable tcpmssfix set ipcp yes vjcomp set ipcp ranges 10.1.10.1/32
> ippool pool1 set ipcp dns 10.1.10.5 208.67.222.222
>
> set bundle enable compression set bundle enable crypt-reqd set ccp yes mppc
>  set mppc yes e40 set mppc yes e128 set mppc yes stateless
>
> create link template L pptp set link action bundle B set link enable
> multilink set link yes acfcomp protocomp set link no pap chap set link
> enable chap set link keep-alive 10 60 set link mtu 1460
>
> set pptp self external-ip set link enable incoming
>
> and then in my pf.conf if_pptp         = "{ ng2, ng3, ng4, ng5, ng6, ng7,
> ng8, ng9, ng10, ng11, ng12, ng13, ng14, ng15, ng16, ng17, ng18, mg19,
> ng20, ng21 }"
>
> # PPTP in WAN1
> pass quick log on $ext_if1 inet proto gre all keep state pass quick log on
> $ext_if1 proto {tcp, udp } from any to 217.41.34.61 port
> = 1723 keep state
> pass quick log on $if_pptp from any to any keep state
>
> I'm getting an Error 800: Unable to establish a VPN connection.
> This used to work well before I changed the subnet last night.
>
>
> Any idea why its not working anymore?
> Thanks
> Reinhold
>
>
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