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    Default help with setting up vpn

    Here's my setup:

    one box (virtual machine) with two nics setup with routing and remote access. one box set to connect to the vpn the first box is hosting. the client can connect to the vpn ok, and can browse resources on the same network but can't get to the internet. both boxes are behind a linksys router and the vpn host box can get out to the internet. i have routing turned on, and can't find anything in the box that helps.

    any ideas would be appreciated.

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    Is the virtual VPN server running Server 2003? What options did you select in RRAS setup wizard? Double check your ip configuration on both boxes (especially the Gateway address) and DHCP. Is the RRAS performing NAT?
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    thanks for the help, has something to do with having two nics. i have two nics configured on the virtual box and things work fine when i disabled one nic.

    i first removed the gateway for one nic (didn't work)
    then disabled that nic (working)

    working on it now, i'll report back on what the problem was.

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    I had to point to the 1st nic manually in routing and remote access console. thanks.
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    Yeah things can be tricky with RRAS. Not sure if the VM had anything to do with it, but I've heard it can complicate things.
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