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One-way Gateway-to-Gateway VPN - 29.Jul.2002 7:37:00 PM   


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Hi All,

I'm trying to set-up what I think is supposed to be a Gateway-to-Gateway connection. Here's the scenario. We have a business partner that will be sending us TCP packets that will be read by an internal proprietary application. They are not using ISA but a hardware based VPN router.

What do I need to know from them and how do I set up such a solution. The only traffic will be initiated by them, with the exception of acknowledgement packets.

I've read up on "One-way initiated Demand Dial Connections". But, it talks about ISA servers talking to each other.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.


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RE: One-way Gateway-to-Gateway VPN - 4.Feb.2004 1:22:00 AM   


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I am trying to set-up a gateway-to-gateway as well. I am in the middle of troubleshooting right now. Anyway, my understanding is that the gateway-to-gateway setup is only possible between to ISA servers.

I am not sure what solution you should use, but thought I would add the little info I know.

(in reply to qambl2)
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