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PPTP connection between Apple iPhone and bintec R3000
This FAQ describes how to configure a VPN PPTP connection between an Apple iPhone and a bintec R3000 router using the Setup Tool.



1. Scenario



2. Requirements
  • the bintec Router R3000 has a vaild PPTP license
  • the bintec router R3000 is accessible over the internet (e.g., yourname.dyndns.org)
  • on Apple iPhone the running system software version has to be 2.0 or higher


3. Configuration of the bintec R3000
The configuration of the bintec router is like for standard PPTP client-connection, see e.g., FAQ 146:
"VPN-Tunneling between Windows XP VPN-Client and a Bintec router"


4. Configuration of the Apple iPhone
Please choose: "Settings" -> "VPN" -> "Add VPN Configuration..." ->"PPTP"


Description: Name of the connection e.g., "PPTP-VPN"
Server: FQDN of the bintec router e.g., "yourname.dyndns.org"
Account: Username e.g., "user1"
RSA-SecureID: keep it deactivated
Password: your password e.g., "test123"
Encyrption Level: keep it "auto"
Send All Traffic: keep it activated


5. Connection establishment of the VPN PPTP tunnel

Please choose: "Settings" -> "VPN" -> "Name of your VPN connection"


Please activate the VPN button. The Apple iPhone establishs the PPTP VPN connection.


6. Debug messages
r3000:>debug all&
16:11:03 DEBUG/INET: NAT: new incoming session on ifc 10001 prot 6 127.0.0.1:1723/91.41.113.158:1723 <- 84.149.217.77:34349
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: new incoming PPTP control connection from 84.149.217.77
16:11:03 DEBUG/INET: interface 10001: TCP SYNACK [91.41.113.158:1723] -> [84.149.217.77:34349] clamp MSS 1460 ==> 1452
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: 127.0.0.1/84.149.217.77( version: 256/0), 2/3: PPTP control connection established
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: 127.0.0.1(ID 192)/84.149.217.77(ID 1), 1/1/2: event: "rcvd outgoing call request - accepted", state: (wait_cs_ans) -> (wait_reply)
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: dialin from <84.149.217.77> to local number <127.0.0.1> (7/0)
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: ?: event: "snychronize ifOperStatus with config",status: "initial / dormant" (illegal) -> "initial / dormant" (dormant)
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: ?: call accepted, call not identified by number
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: 127.0.0.1(ID 192)/84.149.217.77(ID 1), 1/1/2: PPTP call identified
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: 127.0.0.1(ID 192)/84.149.217.77(ID 1), 1/1/2: event: "incoming PPTP call accepted", state: (wait_reply) -> (wait_reply)
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: 127.0.0.1(ID 192)/84.149.217.77(ID 1), 1/1/2: PPTP call established
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: 127.0.0.1(ID 192)/84.149.217.77(ID 1), 1/1/5: event: "data link from PPP established", state: (wait_reply) -> (wait_disc)
16:11:03 DEBUG/PPP: layer 1 type pptp
16:11:04 DEBUG/INET: NAT: new incoming session on ifc 10001 prot 47 127.0.0.1:0/91.41.113.158:0 <- 84.149.217.77:0
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: 10002 authenticated via MS_CHAPV2
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test: call identified via CHAP
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test: event: "identified dialin event",status: "initial / dormant" (dormant) -> "pending dialin" (dormant)
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test: event: "associated link is operational up",status: "pending dialin" (dormant) -> "interface up" (up)
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test: incoming connection established
16:11:04 ERR/PPP: Tunnel Test: assigned IP address 192.168.0.10
16:11:04 INFO/PPP: Tunnel Test: remote IP address assigned to 192.168.0.10
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test: CCP MPPE negotiation successful (128 bit, stateless)
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test: CCP RX uses MPPE HW encryption
16:11:04 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test: CCP TX uses MPPE HW encryption
16:11:07 DEBUG/PPP: Tunnel Test 127.0.0.1(ID 192)/84.149.217.77(ID 1), 1/1/5: PPTP call identified
r3000:>


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