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D-Link DI 524: Not able to access Office Server through Checkpoint VPN

I am trying to access Office Service for an application through Checkpoint VPN. When i am connected via Secured Wireless Network of Di 524, i can access the Internet and email after connecting thru the Checkpoint VPN.
VPN connection is successful. But only the server cannot be accessed.

Any Solution?

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  • samhoust Jan 30, 2008

    We have a Oracle Apps on Linux Server in Office

    I am trying to access the Oracle Apps

  • Vijayakumar TP
    Vijayakumar TP May 11, 2010

    What server you are trying to access?

    What is the service it contains?

    if possible please give little more information.



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