Second try!!! No internet after installation.

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Second try!!! No internet after installation.

Postby weskes » Aug 03 06 5:11 am

Here we go, after installing wingate vpn my LAN IP changes and I get limited connection rights on XP pro sp2.

1.01 WINGATE CONFIGURATION REPORT

1.02 Wednesday, August 02, 2006, 17:50

1.03

1.04 ---------------------------------------------

1.05 WinGate Engine

1.06 ---------------------------------------------

1.07 WinGate 6.1.3 (Build 1096)

1.08 Operating System: Windows 2000 (NT 5.1)

1.09 Language:

1.10 User database: WinGate

1.11 Num. users: 3

1.12

1.13

3.01 ---------------------------------------------

3.02 Licence details

3.03 ---------------------------------------------

4.01 ---------------------------------------------

4.02 Dialer information

4.03 ---------------------------------------------

4.04 Dialer is disabled

4.05

5.01 ---------------------------------------------

5.02 Network Interfaces

5.03 ---------------------------------------------

5.04 LAN-verbinding (Ethernet) internal

5.05 MS TCP Loopback interface (Loopback)

5.06

6.01 ---------------------------------------------

6.02 Services

6.03 ---------------------------------------------

6.04

6.05 System Policies

6.06 ---------------------------------------------

6.07 Default System Access Rights:

6.08 Default Start/Stop Rights:

6.09 Default Edit Rights:

6.10

6.11 Remote Control Service (Remote Control Service)

6.12 ---------------------------------------------

6.13 Session Timeout: 180

6.14 Port: 808

6.15 Startup: Automatic start/stop

6.16 Access Rights: Defaults: are ignored

6.17 Everyone - Unrestricted rights

6.18 Start/Stop Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.19 Edit Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.20

7.01 ---------------------------------------------

7.02 System Route Table

7.03 ---------------------------------------------

7.04 Current Route Table:

7.05 ---------------------------------------------

7.06 Network Mask Gateway Interface Metric

7.07 127.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 1

7.08 169.254.0.0 255.255.0.0 169.254.121.41 169.254.121.41 20

7.09 169.254.121.41 255.255.255.255 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 20

7.10 169.254.255.255 255.255.255.255 169.254.121.41 169.254.121.41 20

7.11 224.0.0.0 240.0.0.0 169.254.121.41 169.254.121.41 20

7.12 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 169.254.121.41 169.254.121.41 1

7.13

9.01 ---------------------------------------------

9.02 END OF CONFIGURATION REPORT

How can I solve this, cause otherwise Wingate won't work for me. I have a Unix router (iso50s). Ports 809 are open. Please help!
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Postby erwin » Aug 03 06 12:45 pm

Hi there

I notice from your report that the IP address listed for your local adapters are using an autonet address (169.254.*.*). Which is what the pc assigns itself automatically when it cant find a DHCP server and hasnt got any IP address details.

IF this WinGate VPN server is hosting the VPN (at a guess it is) :

If the WinGate VPN server is behind a Unix router then all you should need to do is on the adapter that connects to the Unix router, set a static IP address in the same internal private class subnet range as used by the router.

Set the gateway setting on this adapter to the IP address of the Unix router.

Then on the Unix router configure all incoming VPN traffic (ports 809 tcp and udp by default) to be redirected to the IP address of the WinGate VPN server.

Hope this helps

Regards

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Postby weskes » Aug 04 06 12:16 am

Thanks for your help, it did get me 2 connect to the router and the IP is correct now. But I still can't browse the internet.

1.01 WINGATE CONFIGURATION REPORT

1.02 Thursday, August 03, 2006, 12:51

1.03

1.04 ---------------------------------------------

1.05 WinGate Engine

1.06 ---------------------------------------------

1.07 WinGate 6.1.3 (Build 1096)

1.08 Operating System: Windows 2000 (NT 5.1)

1.09 Language:

1.10 User database: WinGate

1.11 Num. users: 3

1.12

1.13

3.01 ---------------------------------------------

3.02 Licence details

3.03 ---------------------------------------------

4.01 ---------------------------------------------

4.02 Dialer information

4.03 ---------------------------------------------

4.04 Dialer is disabled

4.05

5.01 ---------------------------------------------

5.02 Network Interfaces

5.03 ---------------------------------------------

5.04 LAN-verbinding (Ethernet) internal

5.05 MS TCP Loopback interface (Loopback)

5.06

6.01 ---------------------------------------------

6.02 Services

6.03 ---------------------------------------------

6.04

6.05 System Policies

6.06 ---------------------------------------------

6.07 Default System Access Rights:

6.08 Default Start/Stop Rights:

6.09 Default Edit Rights:

6.10

6.11 Remote Control Service (Remote Control Service)

6.12 ---------------------------------------------

6.13 Session Timeout: 180

6.14 Port: 808

6.15 Startup: Automatic start/stop

6.16 Access Rights: Defaults: are ignored

6.17 Everyone - Unrestricted rights

6.18 Start/Stop Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.19 Edit Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.20

7.01 ---------------------------------------------

7.02 System Route Table

7.03 ---------------------------------------------

7.04 Current Route Table:

7.05 ---------------------------------------------

7.06 Network Mask Gateway Interface Metric

7.07 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.3 20

7.08 127.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 1

7.09 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 20

7.10 192.168.1.3 255.255.255.255 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 20

7.11 192.168.1.255 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 20

7.12 224.0.0.0 240.0.0.0 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 20

7.13 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 1

7.14

9.01 ---------------------------------------------

9.02 END OF CONFIGURATION REPORT


My OS is dutch so I hope I get this right:

I've set the settings of the adapter in networkconnections properties on the tab alternative settings as follows:
ip-adres: 192.168.1.3
Subnetmask: 255.255.255.0
Standard gateway : 192.168.1.1 (router ip)
DNS: used one given by ISP
DNS: used one given by ISP
I could not set a range as you told me, but with this settings and without Wingate VPN installed I have connection and I am able to browse the internet. With VPN installed it seems the connection is ok, I can see my workgroup at home but I'm still not able to browse the internet. I hope we can work this out.
I have a pic of the adapter settings, but I don't know how to post it here.
Thank you in advance![/img]
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Echo, echo, echo!!!

Postby weskes » Aug 04 06 7:52 am

????
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Postby erwin » Aug 04 06 2:19 pm

Hi there

Sorry Im a bit confused. Is your VPN working now?

As for the Internet connection:

I take it that the workstations on the LAN are all plugged into the Unix router too?

In order for client machines to access the Internet via the WinGate machine, they need to use on of the client connection methods described in the WinGate helpfile. (NAT, WGIC etc)

I will explain NAT here for you since it is easiest:

Set the client machines Gateway and DNS settings in their network properties to the IP address of the adapter used by the WinGate Server. (192.168.1.3)

On the WinGate Server the following settings should be used on the adapter:

IP : 192.168.1.3

Gateway :192.168.1.1 (Unix router)

DNS :192.168.1.1
(Since the Unix router is obviously NATting as well then its Internet interface should have a DNS server assigned by the ISP that it can use for DNS resolution.)

Alternatively you can specify a DNS server that WinGate should use in the DNS Resolver configuration in GateKeeper.

Most important :
Set the network adapter Usage in GateKeeper to Internal (through the network connections pane at the bottom of the Network tab in GateKeeper)

This way WinGate can accept the Internet requests from clients and forward them out the Unix router. Of course with transparent redirection, all client NAt requests can be redirected through the appropriate Proxy service for greater control.

Erwin
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Postby weskes » Aug 05 06 3:45 am

Hi,

Sorry for the bad explanation, this is the vpn server I'm trying to set up. Other stations on the lan are making connection trough the router and won't be making part of the vpn. As I stated I still can't browse the internet. I did everything as you told me, but setting the adapter on the gatekeeper isn't possible cause I can't see one there. I'll post a log for the last time and after your answer I'll give it one more try!!! Still hope it will work!
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Postby weskes » Aug 05 06 5:08 am

1.01 WINGATE CONFIGURATION REPORT

1.02 Friday, August 04, 2006, 17:22

1.03

1.04 ---------------------------------------------

1.05 WinGate Engine

1.06 ---------------------------------------------

1.07 WinGate 6.1.3 (Build 1096)

1.08 Operating System: Windows 2000 (NT 5.1)

1.09 Language:

1.10 User database: WinGate

1.11 Num. users: 3

1.12

1.13

3.01 ---------------------------------------------

3.02 Licence details

3.03 ---------------------------------------------

3.04 License Key 1

3.05 Version: WinGate VPN 6

3.06 Expiry: 04/Sep/2006

3.07

4.01 ---------------------------------------------

4.02 Dialer information

4.03 ---------------------------------------------

4.04 Dialer is disabled

4.05

5.01 ---------------------------------------------

5.02 Network Interfaces

5.03 ---------------------------------------------

5.04 LAN-verbinding (Ethernet) internal

5.05 1394-verbinding (Ethernet) external

5.06 MS TCP Loopback interface (Loopback)

5.07

6.01 ---------------------------------------------

6.02 Services

6.03 ---------------------------------------------

6.04

6.05 System Policies

6.06 ---------------------------------------------

6.07 Default System Access Rights:

6.08 Everyone - Unrestricted rights

6.09 Default Start/Stop Rights:

6.10 Administrators - Unrestricted rights

6.11 Default Edit Rights:

6.12 Administrators - Unrestricted rights

6.13

6.14 DHCP Service (DHCP Service)

6.15 ---------------------------------------------

6.16 Session Timeout: 180

6.17 Port: 67

6.18 Startup: Automatic start/stop

6.19 Access Rights: Defaults: are ignored

6.20 Everyone - Unrestricted rights

6.21 Start/Stop Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.22 Edit Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.23

6.24 DNS Service (DNS Service)

6.25 ---------------------------------------------

6.26 Session Timeout: 180

6.27 Port: 53

6.28 Startup: Automatic start/stop

6.29 Access Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.30 Start/Stop Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.31 Edit Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.32

6.33 Remote Control Service (Remote Control Service)

6.34 ---------------------------------------------

6.35 Session Timeout: 180

6.36 Port: 808

6.37 Startup: Automatic start/stop

6.38 Access Rights: Defaults: are ignored

6.39 Everyone - Unrestricted rights

6.40 Start/Stop Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.41 Edit Rights: Defaults: may be used instead

6.42

7.01 ---------------------------------------------

7.02 System Route Table

7.03 ---------------------------------------------

7.04 Current Route Table:

7.05 ---------------------------------------------

7.06 Network Mask Gateway Interface Metric

7.07 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.3 10

7.08 127.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 1

7.09 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 10

7.10 192.168.1.3 255.255.255.255 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 10

7.11 192.168.1.255 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 10

7.12 224.0.0.0 240.0.0.0 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 10

7.13 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.3 192.168.1.3 1

7.14

8.01 ---------------------------------------------

8.02 Enhanced Network Support

8.03 ---------------------------------------------

8.04 Enhanced Network Support: Qbik NDIS Hook 6.0 - Installed and active

8.05 Driver: Enabled

8.06 NAT: Disabled

8.07 Router: Enabled

8.08 Firewall level: Medium

8.09

8.10 Firewall

8.11 ---------------------------------------------

8.12 Disable network name broadcasts to the Internet: Enabled

8.13 Allow users to ping this machine locally: Enabled

8.14 Allow users to ping this machine from the Internet: Disabled

8.15 Discard spoofed packets: Enabled

8.16

8.17 Routing

8.18 ---------------------------------------------

8.19 Multiple default routes: Enabled

8.20 Relay UDP broadcast packets: Enabled

8.100

8.101 Port Security

8.102 ---------------------------------------------

8.103

8.104 Security for: External TCP

8.105 Action: Allow Port: 113 - AUTH

8.106 Action: Allow Port: 1024 - 4096 - External

8.107

8.108 Security for: External UDP

8.109

8.110 Security for: Internal TCP

8.111 Action: Allow Port: 808 - Hole for Remote Control Service (Auto)

8.112

8.113 Security for: Internal UDP

8.114 Action: Allow Port: 0 - Hole for Dialer Monitor (Auto)

8.115 Action: Allow Port: 53 - Hole for DNS Service (Auto)

8.116 Action: Allow Port: 67 - Hole for DHCP Service (Auto)

8.117

8.118 Security for: NAT TCP

8.119

8.120 Security for: NAT UDP

8.121

8.122 Security for: DMZ TCP

8.123

8.124 Security for: DMZ UDP

8.125

8.126 Security for: (unknown)

8.127

8.128 Security for: (unknown)

8.500

9.01 ---------------------------------------------

9.02 END OF CONFIGURATION REPORT


Now just to be sure, the only problem I have at this point is, that I can't make use of the internet after the installation. Even without using vpn. I have found the adapter and have set it on internal. Still didn't help.
Summary:
ports 809 tcp and udp open on the router
adapter settings: ip 192.168.1.3
st-gateway 192.168.1.1
dns 192.168.1.1

After uninstall everything works fine, but with wingate VPN installed I can't browse internet. So before I try to set up a VPN server, I want to be able to use the internet, otherwise there is no use of using your product since it doesn't work without www. Once more, this will be the only machine using wingate on this lan. The other two can make use of the www even after installation of wingate VPN on this one.
I hope you have enough information, if not, please ask so we can get this done (taking up a lot of time now).
And as last, what is this :7.09 192.168.1.0
Thank you in advance!
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Postby erwin » Aug 07 06 12:23 pm

Hi there

Thanks for the clarification and more info. Unfortunately the configuration report doesnt explain what you actually were trying to do, but from what extra you've told me I think this is correct:

WinGate VPN Server >> Unix Router>> Internet

WinGate VPN Server
NIC: 192.168.1.3 (Marked as internal in WinGate)
Gateway 192.168.1.1 (Unix Router)

No Internet for the WinGate VPN Server machine

We've had a look over the configuration report and can see nothing in WinGate that should be stopping Internet access. Since the network adapter is marked as Internal by WinGate this rules out interference by the WinGate firewall since Internal adpters are considered trusted.

Do you have any other security suites or security applications running on the WinGate VPN machine, (Windows firewall, zonealarm etc)?

If you could try disabling any of these first to test if it works as there could be a conflict with the WinGate VPN ENS driver.

Let us know

Regards
Erwin
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Postby Boboms » Aug 09 06 9:23 am

What type of antivirus/firewall do you have? Currently, I have real headache with Panda Platinum IS 2006. With both traffic is blocked as well (no internet, DHCP lease etc)
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Postby Stellir » Oct 27 06 6:17 am

Boboms wrote:What type of antivirus/firewall do you have? Currently, I have real headache with Panda Platinum IS 2006. With both traffic is blocked as well (no internet, DHCP lease etc)


I had the exact issue as you decribe. Seems there is some compatibility isue with Wingate vpn and Panda. Uninstalling either application will bring things back to life.
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