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VPN Connection via ICS

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Old October 19th 03, 02:15 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Tony Doherty
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Default VPN Connection via ICS

My workplace hosts a VPN and I have the following query :-

1. My laptop operates correctly on the VPN when connected directly to the
phone line and my Freeserve dial-up account.

2. When I access the VPN via ICS (with my home PC acting as the server
connected to the same Freeserve account), I am able to connect to the VPN
and have my password validated but I cannot access the MS Exchange Server to
retrieve email or view shared files on the network.

3. The above ICS setup works perfectly for all other internet accessed

The 2 PCs have different domain names allocated, is this a problem ?

Any ideas ?



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