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Old 04-13-2012, 03:52 AM
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Default server2003 sbs ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS problem FIXED

I used easeus backup and restore to new server. Almost evrything works accepts firewall services in routing and remote.

ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS/IP ROUTING/NAT BASIC FIREWALL

IP security ike
IP security ike nat

I get this error when I try to enable above services.The specific service description already exists. Enter a unique service description.


VPN gateway ltp2/ipsec -running on this server

The specify port already exists. Enter a unique port.

I think those services need to be reconfigured or reinstalled I just cant figure it out any ideas?

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sounds like something is already listening on ports 1701 or 1723 (or both)

Run netstat from a command line and see what you can see, redirect it to a txt file using 'netstat > ports.txt' for easier reading.
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Old 04-13-2012, 09:29 AM
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So you backed up a server and then restored it onto totally new hardware?

Did you boot into active directory restore mode BEFORE booting up normally and reconfigure the network card and the original server IP address?
You also have to enable hidden devices in Device Manager and remove the old network card otherwise it may not let you use the same IP on the new network card.
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Agreed...old NIC settings. There's most likely much more going wrong "under the hood" with this server due to IP and DNS blowing up. If DNS isn't working right....a domain controller will not work correctly..and all services related to active directory will not be working correctly. SBS..having so much of that all in one box (AD/DNS/WINS/Exchange/IIS/Sharepoint/etc)...is a textbook example of this.
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So you backed up a server and then restored it onto totally new hardware?

Did you boot into active directory restore mode BEFORE booting up normally and reconfigure the network card and the original server IP address?

I did not boot into active directory restore mode. I installed and configured ips in the normal mode.

You also have to enable hidden devices in Device Manager and remove the old network card otherwise it may not let you use the same IP on the new network card.
no old network cards found

I reconfigured all routing and remote access module and it works.
QUESTIONS
is there any way to import pre-shared key ipsec for l2tp connection from old server? I will not be able to get this password for couple days.


In NAT BASIC FIREWALL loopback adapter is not showing up. Does it matter? If yes how can I add it.

Thank you for all replys.

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