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RAS Clients receive different IPs from D

By dindome ·
I have an SBS 4 Network set up, and for RAS, I have one modem dialing out to my ISP.
The other Modems are on a Cisco 2500 series router and are for receiving Remote Access calls only. The problem I am having is, the remote clients receive a "No Domain server" message but logs in. With this I cannot browse my network.(I am using TCP/IP and Netbuei protocols) I run winipcfg on the remote client and I realised that the IP it received is from the ISP but not my Local address. Any ideas on how the remote clients can browse the LAN and use proxy on server??

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by simonjester In reply to RAS Clients receive diffe ...

The clients need to be configured to receive an IP from your RAS, and your RAS needs to be configured to issue IPs to its clients.

Be sure that the pool of addresses you use for RAS are not available to your DHCP server, if you have on on your LAN.

Simon

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by Andy_P In reply to RAS Clients receive diffe ...

You will need to configure the router to block DHCP traffic from your ISP.

The other method is to install a second NIC into your SBS server and have the router sitting of the second card, Refer to Q237773 a setup walkthrough.

Also check your SBS DHCP server is assigning the WINS IP, by default it doesn't

Q196091 may also provide some help

Andy P

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by admlvt In reply to RAS Clients receive diffe ...

I know it sounds a bit odd, but try this. from your dial in screen remove any domain name. That is right just log in using ID and password with the domain name blank.

For what ever the reason , if I put in the Domain Name, I can't get in either.

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