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By Numbies ·
I configured a W2K SBS server for VPN access & connected perfectly from a remote client. Later however we received complaints from the internal network users that they could not access the Internet.

On investigation I found that an additional IPaddress from the DHCP pool had been assigned to the internal NIC and the clients seemed to be getting confused with this address. We found that this did not affect the W2K clients, only the NT ones.

Being SBS all services run on this server, DHCP RRAS etc. I have had to disable RRAS for now and any help resolving the issue would be most appreciated.

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by Pan 13 x In reply to VPN/Remote Access

rras will let you give out address from this self and not from dhcp. Reserver a pool of addresses from dhcp and let the rras hand them out. configure the clients with you dns and wins server address, on the vpn connection. there is one other factor you will ahve to test and see if it works correctly. Use remote gateway. this meaning either you ras clients go to the internet and other network resources. if you you don't use the default gateway , then you client can only hit that box and the rest of the operation will reside with their ISP for internet connections!

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