Re: Watchguard MUVPN question

From: Leythos (void_at_nowhere.com)
Date: 02/14/04


Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 01:32:03 GMT

In article <34233a13.0402131718.5fb19f45@posting.google.com>,
cron@dr.com says...
> Hello:
>
> My colleagues and I are attempting to connect to our office using
> Wathchguard's MUVPN client through our SOHO 6tc firewall.
> To date, we have been able to ping IPs within our LAN; however, shared
> drives and directories will not map.
> We are running a Win2k Domain using WinXP workstations (including
> remote PCs and notebooks).
> Would installing LMHost files on our remote machines solve this
> problem?
> I wanted to ask before I disseminate incorrect information to my
> coworkers. I've already fallen out of their good favor.
> Thank you,
> Cron

Did you assign a valid internal DNS entry?

You can check by doing a "Net Use * \\some_IP\Some_share, if this works
then you don't have a mapping problem, you have a DNS problem.

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