Two Server Environment:
Primary server 192.168.9.4 installed with NW65SP6 and GW702
CRM server 192.168.9.9 installed with NW50SP6 and CRM application.

We're attempting to access the CRM application on 192.168.9.9 NW50SP6 server via a VPN, so far without success.
The current configuration allows access to primary NW65SP6 server & resources, but the NW50SP6 server is not visible.

So far my configuration attempts have gone as follows:
SLPDA was already loaded on 192.168.9.4 but was not loaded on 192.168.9.9
Since 192.168.9.9 wasn't visible I tried loading SLPDA on 192.168.9.9 also.
This appears to have created an object in the NDS called SLP_SCOPE.
However, when I enter 'display slp da' at the 192.168.9.9 console the following is shown:
192.168.9.4 : ACTIVE : DEFAULT : MULTICAST : 0 ms
192.168.9.9 : INACTIVE : UNKNOWN SCOPE : NDS : 0 ms
SLP LOOPBACK ADDRESS : ACTIVE : 'UNSCOPED DA' : IANA : 0 ms
Also the 192.168.9.9 server does not appear in the list when I run slpinfo /d - only 192.168.9.4 appears.

Further advice in another thread, many thanks Massimo, suggested that SLPDA should not be loaded on 192.168.9.9 so this has now been unloaded.
"
{You do *not* need multiple SLPDAs, especially not in a 2 server setup.
{All you need to make sure is that all servers register properly with your existing DA, *and* that your clients know about the DA.
{> 192.168.9.4 : ACTIVE : DEFAULT : MULTICAST : 0 ms
{> 192.168.9.9 : INACTIVE : UNKNOWN SCOPE : NDS : 0 ms
{> SLP LOOPBACK ADDRESS : ACTIVE : 'UNSCOPED DA' : IANA : 0 ms
{Unload SLPDA from the 9.9 again.
{Also the 192.168.9.9 server does not appear in the list when we run
{> slpinfo /d
{> Only 192.168.9.4 appears.
{That's ok. Massimo Rosen"
"

OK that's fine but we still can't access the CRM server 192.168.9.9 via the VPN

SLPDA is now loaded only on 192.168.9.4, which also has the following in the SLP.CFG file:
DA IPV4, 192.168.9.9
Typing 'DISPLAY SLPINFO' on 192.168.9.4 returns
192.168.9.9 : v? : INACTIVE : UNKNOWN SCOPE : STATIC : 0 : 0 ms

SLPDA is no longer loaded on 192.168.9.9, which has the following in it's SLP.CFG file
DA IPV4, 192.168.9.4
Typing 'DISPLAY SLPINFO' on 192.168.9.9 returns
192.168.9.4 : ACTIVE : DEFAULT : STATIC : 0 ms

The workstation has 192.168.9.4 in the Directory Agent List of the Novell Client Properties under Service Location, and running slpinfo /d returns only 192.168.9.4.
In Windows Explorer on the workstation you can only see 192.168.9.4 and you cannot ping 192.168.9.9 from cmd.
Not sure where to go from here

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