Windows client disconecting

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Windows client disconecting

Post by sky59 » Tue Nov 20, 2018 6:57 am

I have running on OrangePi Zero vpn_server SoftEther v 4.25 rtm
I have setting on it so I can connect with my Android tablet. I have also enabled Secure Nat because of DHCP server, otherwise Android did not
connect. Android gets correct IP from this DHCP like
There is also set up PSK key - it is required

When I want to connect from Windows client v 4.25 rtm running on W7 I really get connection. I also get IP adress like (Android is off)
But after a few seconds (about 7 seconds ?) windows client disconnects with error 13.

Just to remind, there is no way in windows client where to puz that PSK key. May be not a real problem.

Where is the dog hidden?

If I remember correct, when I have no setting for Android in server, then windows client stays connected. (at this moment not 100% sure but only 99% :-)

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Re: Windows client disconecting

Post by sky59 » Fri Nov 23, 2018 6:22 am

anybody has the same problem?

just to explain better, this is the situation:

remote place: father's PC windows with VNC server + A5V11 router with running SE bridge (PC static address 192.168.xx.77 )
(both connected with LAN cable, A5V11 connected to internet)

my place: Android tablet with VNC viewer apk, I connect to the SE server (android's VPN) then launch VNC viewer and I can control fathers PC from

third place: here is running Orange Pi zero with vpn_server (see above)
this does not work:
when I connect instead of Android tablet the PC windows (windows client) computer to my SE server it connects, but after few seconds aborts connection
with error

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Re: Windows client disconecting

Post by thisjun » Tue Dec 11, 2018 2:56 am

Did you check 'No adjustment routing table' option on the client?

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