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    I have a Windows 8 64 bit PC connected to a remote Untangle L2TP. It worked on the first try.
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    Out of curiosity, did you do it from an external network? Although a bit pointless, lol, I was able to authenticate and login perfectly fine from the LAN behind Untangle.


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    Yes, the Untangle I was connecting to is remote; across the Internet.
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    Well I feel silly. Enabled IPSec NAT-Traversal and, boom, everything's working.

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    Nice! Thanks for the follow-up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    Nice! Thanks for the follow-up.
    No prob. Just as an aside, this was the NAT Traversal option on the Untangle box, even though it's not behind any NAT devices. Router was already set, but guess it needs it at both sides.

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    IPsec is temperamental crossing routers and even PC security settings. Once it works, it's great but it can be a bear to get all the settings of all the pieces right.
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