macintosh >> Cannot talk to mac services through IPSEC vpn

by jamesnet » Fri, 03 Jun 2005 03:06:33 GMT

I I am VPN'ed and I can ping the server, and see the web server, but I
can not access the mac file shares using afp/smb with the ip address or
the name, it always times out. I have tried it without anything also.
I can see every other machine on the network as well, but I can't
connect to the mac services.

Any Ideas?
Thanks
James


macintosh >> Cannot talk to mac services through IPSEC vpn

by William Smith » Sun, 05 Jun 2005 10:56:12 GMT


In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,



AFP uses port 548. Is this blocked within your company's VPN networking?

bill
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macintosh >> Cannot talk to mac services through IPSEC vpn

by Jim Seifert [MSFT] » Tue, 07 Jun 2005 00:22:08 GMT

Can you ping the server from the Mac? Do you know if Windows clients can
access the server via vpn? It seems unlikely that this is a Mac services
issue alone if SMB connections are failing as well. While AFP connections
would be blocked if 548 is blocked as William suggests SMB connections would
not be blocked. A snippet of an SMB related KB and the link follow:

"The following ports are associated with file sharing and server message
block (SMB) communications: . Microsoft file sharing SMB: User Datagram
Protocol (UDP) ports from 135 through 139 and Transmission Control Protocol
(TCP) ports from 135 through 139.
. Direct-hosted SMB traffic without a network basic input/output
system (NetBIOS): port 445 (TCP and UPD)."

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb ;en-us;q298804


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