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  • meme1255 Level 1 (0 points)

    Try 40bit key - It's working for me - Looks like lion has bug ...

  • drtj Level 1 (0 points)

    I've had problems connecting L2TP VPN from my Mountain Lion Macbook Pro to a MacMini running 10.7 Server. Port 500 was initially forwarded UDP only and making it TCP/UDP fixed the problem.  No idea why but it was a fluke that I found it.

  • ACBairnsfather Level 1 (5 points)

    I found this page based on my searching, and due to the exact same problem as you Mac OS 9000.


    I hope you've got it working now.


    To get my Snow Leopard Server VPN visible to the Internet besides just the LAN — no matter what sort of ports and protocols I allowed through — didn't seem to work.


    Go to Firewall Settings > DMZ Host > and enter the IP address of your server. (I'm assuming -- and for the benefit of others -- you've set up the DHCP IP address for your server to be statically set by the Actiontec router.)

  • Dirk Becker Level 1 (10 points)

    I found that my FritzBox router's uPNP support already had allocated one of the UDP ports to a different device. After I cleared that uPNP allocation the VPN worked, so that's another thing to check.

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