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If you have tried many thing other people suggest like rebooting, reloading hardware and re-installing the VPN or dial in connection, you still get the same problem. I will suggest to check the router settings and make sure TCP Port 1723, IP Protocol 47 (GRE) are opened. May 20, 2020 · GRE Protocol 47 should be enabled or opened for PPTP VPN connection, and allow PPTP and VPN to pass via TCP Port 1723. There is one more option for Windows users, they need to go to Security Tab and change the type of VPN to PPTP. If defining the VPN type more precisely doesn't get you a better description of the connection error, you'll have to check through all of the VPN's settings. Make sure you have the right server name. Ask the VPN company for the IP address of the server and enter that instead of a name. The MX is not receiving the Client VPN connection attempt. Look at the event log page, using the filter Event type include: All Non-Meraki/Client VPN. Check whether the client's request is listed. If there is no connection attempt going through to the MX, it is possible that the Internet connection that the end user is on may have blocked VPN. Jun 06, 2019 · Allow VPN passthrough by opening ports. This part is a bit tricky because it involves modifying advanced security settings. Each VPN protocol transmits traffic using a particular port of the network.
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Thanks, worked for me too! To add: the information in the link helped to pinpoint the problem, but I solved it without the registry or the command line. On the VPN/IIS server, opened Server Management, Routing and RRAS, Properties, Tab Security and there at the bottom the SSL certificate binding, just selected the same cert as IIS was using. Connection Fails on Windows 10 Error 809 · Issue #305 Mar 29, 2017 Can't connect to L2TP/IPSec VPN Server - Synology Forum Mar 21, 2017 These are the most common errors with the Windows 10 Aug 07, 2015