OK, this is a bit convoluted, so bear with me.
My office allows VPN connectivity from outside the network via the Cisco VPN client. Once connected, I should be able to then use Remote Desktop to connect to a Terminal Server inside the network to manage my sites remotely. This has been tested from the office on my laptop via a separate DSL connection (going out over DSL to the internet and then porting back through the VPN). It worked fine.
At home, I connect to the internet through a Linksys 802.11b wireless router. I was able to run the Cisco VPN client and get authenticated into the office LAN (saw the welcome message and everything). But when I opened Remote Desktop and tried to connect to my server (by IP address), the connection was refused. PPtP is enabled on the Linksys router. I see nothing in the router setup that would be blocking Port3389 traffic.
Does anyone have any suggestions for a next step? My company wants to ensure that I have connectivity to the servers in the event that a significant event (like a hurricane) prevents me from coming to the office.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.