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NT 4.0 Domain with WIN2K RAS

By Jadmin ·
My network is running on NT 4.0 and I setup a Windows 2000 server on the side to test out a few things like Remote Access Server. The problem is that I can dial in with a client computer and connect to the RAS but I cant really do anything else with. Also after connect, i use IPCONFIG and find out that the client computers ip address and default gateway are the same. What could be causing this problem?

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by Joseph Moore In reply to NT 4.0 Domain with WIN2K ...

Actually, with a PPP adapter (what your dial-up connection to the Win2K RRAS box is), the IP address and gateway should be the same.
So that is correct.
I will post a comment Tuesday on more specifics. I don't have time now.

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by Joseph Moore In reply to NT 4.0 Domain with WIN2K ...

Ok, to add to the above:
I am looking at my Win2k RRAS server now. I think you need to go to Properties on the server in the RRAS snap-in.
Choose the IP tab.
This is where you set to either use an IP pool for your clients, or to use DHCP to assign IP addresses to your RRAS clients.
Are you set for a static pool, or DHCP?
Either way, the important thing is the bottom of the window, the Adapter drop-down.
Make sure that the Adapter in the RRAS server that points to your internal network (if you have more than one NIC in this RRAS server) is selected in this drop-down. Otherwise, routing will not work.
Next, on this same IP tab, make sure "Enable IP Routing" AND "Allow IP_based remote access and demand-dial connections" are both checked.
Also, on the General tab, make sure the checkbox "Remote Access Server" is checked.

And that is it. RRAS is rather easy to set up, IMHO (easier than a Shiva!).

hope this helps

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by Jadmin In reply to NT 4.0 Domain with WIN2K ...

I have done all of the above and it still wouldnt work.

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