Works fine for me......
Sometimes if I disconnect the VPN connection, then everything stops working.

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-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of M. Lazarus
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 12:13 PM
Subject: RE: Accessing multiple systems in OpsNav via VPN


At 1/4/02 08:19 AM, you wrote:
>I can do this not problem.... connect to one of my AS400s and then start a
>VPN connection to a client and access multiple of their AS400s.  What OS
>you running?  I am running W2K Professional.

  Actually, if I connect first to the local system, the connection remains
up.  But if I forgot, then I must disconnect from the VPN, connect to my
local /400 and then reconnect.  Big pain.  I'm also running W2K Pro.  are
you able to connect to your local system AFTER connecting to the VPN??

>When you set up the VPN, go to
>properties>Networking Tab>select TCP/IP the Properties>Click Advanced, and
>under the General tab, be sure the check box for "Use Gateway on Remote
>System" is UNchecked.

  I s/b able to check this out on Monday.  Thanks.


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