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VPN Connectivity Problem

By Gerry.Lawrence ·
I have RRAS set up, NAT is working perfectly but my VPN clients are being assigned an IP address with a different subnet address. i.e.: Should be 192.168.1.x/24 but are getting 192.168.1.x/32
They are being authenticated by the domain controller correctly but once logged on have no access to any resources on any servers.
What am I doing wrong?
ANY help is appreciated...
Gerry.Lawrence@RichardsonAE.com

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by quintar51 In reply to VPN Connectivity Problem

are the clients configured to get an IP from a DHCP server or have you specified specific IP addresses in RRAS?

If they're using a DHCP server, double-check the scope/s and check the subnet mask.

If they're supposed to get the IP from RRAS, check the mask there.

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by Gerry.Lawrence In reply to VPN Connectivity Problem

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by Gerry.Lawrence In reply to VPN Connectivity Problem

VPN Clients are set to recieve their IP address through DHCP relay. Everyone on the LAN is getting address correctly. I have the scope options set to provide DNS, WINS, and Router address.

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