PPTP ports do not display in RRAS Solutions | Experts Exchange
RRAS NIC2 facing the WAN connected to the firewall (192.168.99.250): 192.168.99.70 / default GW = FW 192.168.99.250 I give the 192.168.200.150-250 range to VPN clients WAN: 192.168.33.x (.80 = FW NIC) Certificates are OK everywhere. Questions : Do I have to enable Routing Feature on the RRAS? Troubleshoot Always On VPN | Microsoft® Docs Event log 20276 is logged to the event viewer when the RRAS-based VPN server authentication protocol setting doesn't match that of the VPN client computer. Possible solution. Ensure that your client configuration matches the conditions that are specified on the NPS server. How to Install VPN on Windows Server 2016 - Thomas Maurer Oct 21, 2016 "Ports required for VPN connection have been blocked by May 11, 2015
How to install VPN on Windows Server using RRAS
"Ports required for VPN connection have been blocked by May 11, 2015
SBS 2011 Essentials – Configuring VPN access | LAN-Tech
Configure the Remote Access Server for Always On VPN c. Under Type of network access server, select Remote Access Server (VPN-Dial up) from the drop-down. In the Routing and Remote Access MMC, right-click Ports, and then select Properties. The Ports Properties dialog box opens. Select WAN Miniport (SSTP) and select Configure. The Configure Device - WAN Miniport (SSTP) dialog box opens. a. How to set up and configure RRAS VPN access on a Windows This How-to guides the admin through the process of setting up a basic PPTP or L2TP-PSK VPN server using RRAS on a Windows Server 2012 R2 virtual machine, using a NPS policy and Active Directory groups to dictate user access control to the VPN. Two virtual NICs are used, one for company network, and one attached to a public IP.