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  • in reply to: Samba LDAP Schema #46628

    hoepp
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    Any news on this ?

    I’m currently having the same problem.

    I cannot add the samba.schema file to slapd.conf. Does anyone have an idea how to achieve this ?

    – hoepp

    in reply to: L2TP Problem with Windows XP and Windows Mobile #48085

    hoepp
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    Thank you offering your help.

    I will try to answer the questions:
    What kernel and build of zeroshell are you using?
    I’m using standard CD-ROM version of ZS 1.0 beta 11

    What is the manufacturer and model number of the NAT router that zeroshell is behind?
    It’s a Samsung SMT-G 3210 Phone WLAN with fw 3.01. AFAIK it’s using a linux 2.4 kernel

    What ports are being forwarded to zeroshell(1723,500,4500)?
    I’m forwaring UDP traffic of the following port: 500, 4500 and 1701 (I’m using L2TP not PPTP)

    What IP traffic is being allowed thru the firewall to zeroshell (ICMP,GRE)?
    I don’t understand this question, sorry.

    What features on the NAT router are enabled such as PPTP,L2TP,IPSec Pass-thru?
    I doubt that the stupid Samsung is offering anything like that.

    Have you attempted to connect from the LAN to verify that you can even establish a connection locally?

    I’ve tried this on both ends of ZS:
    It fails if I connect to 192.168.XXX.XXX (the side that’s connected to the outside.
    I have a successfull connect if I connect to the 10.XXX.XXX.XXX side of my ZS.

    Thank you for reading all this 🙂
    hoepp

    in reply to: L2TP Problem with Windows XP and Windows Mobile #48083

    hoepp
    Member

    According to fulvio, it should work. See here:
    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=966

    After finding this post I even started trying harder to get a successfull connection.

    Regards
    hoepp

    in reply to: L2TP Problem with Windows XP and Windows Mobile #48081

    hoepp
    Member

    Thank you for this information.

    The setup was zeroshell (192.168) behind a NAT router with dynDNS ZZZ and the road warrior was a Windows Mobile Phone (80.80).

    I was under the impression that this should work anyway because at least MS talks about this

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926179/en-us

    BTW: I forgot: I’ve modified my racoon.conf template file by adding the following section:

    listen {
    isakmp 192.168.XXX.XXX [500]
    isakmp_natt 192.168.XXX.XXX [4500]
    }

    without this I do not even get the “ISAKMP-SA established” message but receive time-out messages only.

    Best regards
    Hoepp

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