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    Default How to pass GRE 47 protocol?

    Hi

    after coencting my VPS s to untangle (as router) no one can connect to VPN!
    it seems that GRE 47 protocl is not allowed!
    how can i pass this protocl?

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    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...8WS.10%29.aspx this might come handy, and I am assuming you did proper port forwarding. I think the protocol is bypassed by default btw.

    Also have a look at that, there have been many people experiencing the problem before you, a little bit of doing a research would not hurt. http://forums.untangle.com/networkin...ssthrough.html
    Last edited by memothejanitor; 12-05-2010 at 02:48 PM.

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    no it did not help me
    i have added the bypass rule!
    and even i have opened TCP port 1723
    but still i am having error 800!

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    You need to create a forward rule for GRE as well. Note, GRE is a protocol, not a port.

    You don't need a bypass rule as GRE isn't processed by the UVM.
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    what forward rule?
    how?
    what are parameters?

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    actually what must be new destination?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrunkel View Post
    You need to create a forward rule for GRE as well. Note, GRE is a protocol, not a port.

    You don't need a bypass rule as GRE isn't processed by the UVM.
    My bad, I thought it worked over 1723 TCP (PPTP)

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    how can forward GRE????

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    hello????

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    Quote Originally Posted by tachra View Post
    how can forward GRE????

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