I have a new box with NW6.0 with SP3 installed. BM 3.7 is installed
with
BMSP2. This is the 2nd BM box on my network. This one is used for
client VPN
only. I also installed CP603JREV2.exe.

NIC1 - PRIVATE 192.168.2.11/ 255.255.255.0
NIC2 - PUBLIC xx.xx.34.67/255.255.255.240
Default gateway xx.xx.34.65

I have dynamic NAT on the private NIC. The VPN is working fine for the
folks
who are using the same ISP as the BM is attached to. Other VPN users
on
different ISPs can not access the VPn at all. They can not even ping
the BM
PUBLIC NIC.

With filters unloaded, I can ping the public nic from a workstation
attached
to the same ISP as the BM. I can ping the BM 3.7 from another
workstation
with ISP#2.

Now if I try to ping the BM 3.7 from a ISP#3, the ping fails. Note: If
I
reinitialize system, then unload the filters, I can ping the public
NIC for
about 10 seconds, than it fails.

I have spoken with ISP the BM is attached to. We have verified the DSL

modem/router settings. NOTE: If I attach a non-Novell device(my
laptop), I
can ping one of the ips in their range all day on that ip.

I have tried no NAT on public NIC, dynamic NAT on public NIC,
dynamic/static
NAT using 2ndary IP to an internal device. All fail on the PUBLIC NIC.
Using
the instructions from TID 10014469 TCPIP.CFG is corrupt, I have
recreated
the TCPIP.CFG file.

I have tried different NIC manufacturer-Kingston, 3COM. Same results.
I have installed the filters into NDS.

I have reinstalled NW 6.0 as a new server with no BM. I get the same
results.

I performed a tracert from ISP#3 to the default gateway. The last two
hops
are as follows:
xx.xx.163.29
xx.xx.34.65 - default gateway

I perform a tracert from ISP#3 to the BM NIC. The last two hops are as

follows:
xx.xx.163.29
xx.xx.32.26
The ISP the BM is attached to says the xx.xx.32.26 is the wan port on
our
dsl modem/router. They say it is ISP#3 problem.

Any help would be appreciated.

David