RRAS client can not connect to or ping other hosts on network


J

Jeff Rapp

Good Evening all,

I have ran into a problem that is making me crazy and I am hoping that
someone has seen this before or may have some ideas.

Clients can connect to our RRAS server through both PPTP/L2TP and dial-up
connections and they will be authenticated on the network with no errors.

After connection I can access resources and ping the RRAS server with no
problems, however, I can not connect to or ping any other resource on the
network. There are no errors logged in the event viewer of the client, RRAS
server or DCs on the network. When enabling the tracing for RRAS the only
errors in any logs are in the IPRouterManager.log file. The most recent
connection is shown in the log at the end of this post.

This RRAS server has been functional for the last 2 years and my customer
claims no changes have been made. I have not known this customer to shirk
responsibility for a problem in the past so I tend to believe him.

The following troubleshooting steps have been attempted:

1. Restart server
2. route -f then restart of server
3. Disable RRAS then restart of server
4. Enable and reconfigure RRAS then restart server
5. Network Monitor of Internal NIC and PPP Interface.
A. No packets were being routed between the two interfaces.
6. Change of IP scope for RRAS
7. Connected workstation directly to the NIC on the RRAS server and verified
that the RRAS client could not be reached via pings.
A. This was performed simply to verify that the network configuration
was not conributing to the problem.

Server Configuration

Windows Server 2003 (I know this is a Win2K group but there wasn't a group
for RAS on W2K)
Service Pack 1
Single Network Interface
IP NAT'd through PIX Firewall to externally accessible IP
Hayes Optima 56K Modems for dial-in access
NIC IP: 10.0.1.11
Gateway: 255.255.255.0
RRAS Scope: 192.168.60.2 - 192.168.60.100

Thank you in advance for any assistance.

Jeff Rapp


IPROUTERMANAGER.LOG

[452] 17:24:49: RouterBootComplete: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
[484] 17:24:49: WorkerThread: **--Enabling forwarding--**
[5280] 17:24:49: RestoreStaticRoutes: restoring for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[5280] 17:24:49: RestoreStaticRoutes: Successfully set routes for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition failed with 57 for
[5280] 17:24:50: 10.0.1.0/255.255.255.0 Proto: 2 Metric 20
[5280] 17:24:50: Via 10.0.1.11/0x2 Type 3 Context 0x0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition failed with 57 for local route
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: ChangeRouteWithForwarder: Deleting all routes to
0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition succeeded for
[5280] 17:24:50: 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 Proto: 3 Metric 20
[5280] 17:24:50: Via 10.0.1.1/0x2 Type 4 Context 0x0
[5280] 17:24:50: Releasing routes to 0/0
[5280] 17:24:50: Releasing route enum for 0/0
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route 10.0.1.0/24
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route 224.0.0.0/4
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
10.255.255.255/32
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
255.255.255.255/32
[2224] 17:31:20: AddInterface: Adding administrator
[2224] 17:31:20: ICB number for administrator is 4
[2224] 17:31:20: ENTERED SetMcastLimitInfo for If ffffffff
[2224] 17:31:20: LEFT SetMcastLimitInfo
[2224] 17:31:20: ENTERED SetBoundaryInfo for If ffffffff
[2224] 17:31:20: LEFT SetBoundaryInfo
[1324] 17:31:20: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:20: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
24.140.102.183/32
[2224] 17:31:20: AddInterface: Added administrator: Type- 0, Index- -1, ICB
0x1b832a0
[484] 17:31:20: HandleMcMiscMessages: Received Address change notification
[484] 17:31:20: UpdateBindingInformation: Address
192.168.60.2/255.255.255.255 new for Internal
[484] 17:31:20: GenericInterfaceComingUp: Internal coming UP
[484] 17:31:20: CreateSockets: Joining ALL_ROUTERS on Internal
[484] 17:31:20: GenericInterfaceComingUp: Error 10049 joining all-routers
group on Internal
[484] 17:31:20: AddressChange: No address change for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[4236] 17:31:20: RestoreStaticRoutes: restoring for Internal
[4236] 17:31:20: RestoreStaticRoutes: Successfully set routes for Internal
[2224] 17:31:21: InterfaceConnected: InterfaceConnected called for
administrator. State is 3
[1324] 17:31:21: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:21: Route addition failed with 57 for
[1324] 17:31:21: 192.168.60.0/255.255.255.240 Proto: 3 Metric 1
[1324] 17:31:21: Via 192.168.60.2/0x10003 Type 3 Context 0x0
[1324] 17:31:21: Route addition failed with 57 for local route
[1324] 17:31:21: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:21: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
192.168.60.2/32
[1324] 17:31:21: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
192.168.60.0/28
[1408] 17:34:04: ENTERED SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:34:04: LEFT SetScopeInfo
[2224] 17:34:43: DeleteInterface: Deleting administrator,
[1408] 17:35:22: ENTERED SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:35:22: LEFT SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:35:56: AccessIpStats: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
[1408] 17:35:56: AccessIpStats: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
 
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J

jcbrown

Jeff,

Are there critical services running besides RRAS? What I'm getting at,
is that if it worked two weeks ago, can you run a System Restore and
bring back the configuration that worked then?

Jeff said:
Good Evening all,

I have ran into a problem that is making me crazy and I am hoping that
someone has seen this before or may have some ideas.

Clients can connect to our RRAS server through both PPTP/L2TP and dial-up
connections and they will be authenticated on the network with no errors.

After connection I can access resources and ping the RRAS server with no
problems, however, I can not connect to or ping any other resource on the
network. There are no errors logged in the event viewer of the client, RRAS
server or DCs on the network. When enabling the tracing for RRAS the only
errors in any logs are in the IPRouterManager.log file. The most recent
connection is shown in the log at the end of this post.

This RRAS server has been functional for the last 2 years and my customer
claims no changes have been made. I have not known this customer to shirk
responsibility for a problem in the past so I tend to believe him.

The following troubleshooting steps have been attempted:

1. Restart server
2. route -f then restart of server
3. Disable RRAS then restart of server
4. Enable and reconfigure RRAS then restart server
5. Network Monitor of Internal NIC and PPP Interface.
A. No packets were being routed between the two interfaces.
6. Change of IP scope for RRAS
7. Connected workstation directly to the NIC on the RRAS server and verified
that the RRAS client could not be reached via pings.
A. This was performed simply to verify that the network configuration
was not conributing to the problem.

Server Configuration

Windows Server 2003 (I know this is a Win2K group but there wasn't a group
for RAS on W2K)
Service Pack 1
Single Network Interface
IP NAT'd through PIX Firewall to externally accessible IP
Hayes Optima 56K Modems for dial-in access
NIC IP: 10.0.1.11
Gateway: 255.255.255.0
RRAS Scope: 192.168.60.2 - 192.168.60.100

Thank you in advance for any assistance.

Jeff Rapp


IPROUTERMANAGER.LOG

[452] 17:24:49: RouterBootComplete: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
[484] 17:24:49: WorkerThread: **--Enabling forwarding--**
[5280] 17:24:49: RestoreStaticRoutes: restoring for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[5280] 17:24:49: RestoreStaticRoutes: Successfully set routes for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition failed with 57 for
[5280] 17:24:50: 10.0.1.0/255.255.255.0 Proto: 2 Metric 20
[5280] 17:24:50: Via 10.0.1.11/0x2 Type 3 Context 0x0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition failed with 57 for local route
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: ChangeRouteWithForwarder: Deleting all routes to
0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition succeeded for
[5280] 17:24:50: 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 Proto: 3 Metric 20
[5280] 17:24:50: Via 10.0.1.1/0x2 Type 4 Context 0x0
[5280] 17:24:50: Releasing routes to 0/0
[5280] 17:24:50: Releasing route enum for 0/0
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route 10.0.1.0/24
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route 224.0.0.0/4
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
10.255.255.255/32
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
255.255.255.255/32
[2224] 17:31:20: AddInterface: Adding administrator
[2224] 17:31:20: ICB number for administrator is 4
[2224] 17:31:20: ENTERED SetMcastLimitInfo for If ffffffff
[2224] 17:31:20: LEFT SetMcastLimitInfo
[2224] 17:31:20: ENTERED SetBoundaryInfo for If ffffffff
[2224] 17:31:20: LEFT SetBoundaryInfo
[1324] 17:31:20: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:20: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
24.140.102.183/32
[2224] 17:31:20: AddInterface: Added administrator: Type- 0, Index- -1, ICB
0x1b832a0
[484] 17:31:20: HandleMcMiscMessages: Received Address change notification
[484] 17:31:20: UpdateBindingInformation: Address
192.168.60.2/255.255.255.255 new for Internal
[484] 17:31:20: GenericInterfaceComingUp: Internal coming UP
[484] 17:31:20: CreateSockets: Joining ALL_ROUTERS on Internal
[484] 17:31:20: GenericInterfaceComingUp: Error 10049 joining all-routers
group on Internal
[484] 17:31:20: AddressChange: No address change for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[4236] 17:31:20: RestoreStaticRoutes: restoring for Internal
[4236] 17:31:20: RestoreStaticRoutes: Successfully set routes for Internal
[2224] 17:31:21: InterfaceConnected: InterfaceConnected called for
administrator. State is 3
[1324] 17:31:21: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:21: Route addition failed with 57 for
[1324] 17:31:21: 192.168.60.0/255.255.255.240 Proto: 3 Metric 1
[1324] 17:31:21: Via 192.168.60.2/0x10003 Type 3 Context 0x0
[1324] 17:31:21: Route addition failed with 57 for local route
[1324] 17:31:21: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:21: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
192.168.60.2/32
[1324] 17:31:21: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
192.168.60.0/28
[1408] 17:34:04: ENTERED SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:34:04: LEFT SetScopeInfo
[2224] 17:34:43: DeleteInterface: Deleting administrator,
[1408] 17:35:22: ENTERED SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:35:22: LEFT SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:35:56: AccessIpStats: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
[1408] 17:35:56: AccessIpStats: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
 
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Janani Vasudevan [MSFT]

Can you provide the following information?
1) What is the IP of the network behind the RRAS server?
2) What is the IP assigned to RRAS clients?
3) Can you post the output of "route print" taken on the RRAS client and
RRAS server?

--
Janani Vasudevan [MSFT]
Software Design Engineer/Test
RRAS, Windows Enterprise Networking

http://blogs.msdn.com/jananiv

RRAS blog: http://blogs.technet.com/rrasblog

[This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no
rights.]

Jeff,

Are there critical services running besides RRAS? What I'm getting at,
is that if it worked two weeks ago, can you run a System Restore and
bring back the configuration that worked then?

Jeff said:
Good Evening all,

I have ran into a problem that is making me crazy and I am hoping that
someone has seen this before or may have some ideas.

Clients can connect to our RRAS server through both PPTP/L2TP and dial-up
connections and they will be authenticated on the network with no errors.

After connection I can access resources and ping the RRAS server with no
problems, however, I can not connect to or ping any other resource on the
network. There are no errors logged in the event viewer of the client,
RRAS
server or DCs on the network. When enabling the tracing for RRAS the only
errors in any logs are in the IPRouterManager.log file. The most recent
connection is shown in the log at the end of this post.

This RRAS server has been functional for the last 2 years and my customer
claims no changes have been made. I have not known this customer to shirk
responsibility for a problem in the past so I tend to believe him.

The following troubleshooting steps have been attempted:

1. Restart server
2. route -f then restart of server
3. Disable RRAS then restart of server
4. Enable and reconfigure RRAS then restart server
5. Network Monitor of Internal NIC and PPP Interface.
A. No packets were being routed between the two interfaces.
6. Change of IP scope for RRAS
7. Connected workstation directly to the NIC on the RRAS server and
verified
that the RRAS client could not be reached via pings.
A. This was performed simply to verify that the network configuration
was not conributing to the problem.

Server Configuration

Windows Server 2003 (I know this is a Win2K group but there wasn't a
group
for RAS on W2K)
Service Pack 1
Single Network Interface
IP NAT'd through PIX Firewall to externally accessible IP
Hayes Optima 56K Modems for dial-in access
NIC IP: 10.0.1.11
Gateway: 255.255.255.0
RRAS Scope: 192.168.60.2 - 192.168.60.100

Thank you in advance for any assistance.

Jeff Rapp


IPROUTERMANAGER.LOG

[452] 17:24:49: RouterBootComplete: Signalling worker to enable
forwarding
[484] 17:24:49: WorkerThread: **--Enabling forwarding--**
[5280] 17:24:49: RestoreStaticRoutes: restoring for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[5280] 17:24:49: RestoreStaticRoutes: Successfully set routes for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition failed with 57 for
[5280] 17:24:50: 10.0.1.0/255.255.255.0 Proto: 2 Metric 20
[5280] 17:24:50: Via 10.0.1.11/0x2 Type 3 Context 0x0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition failed with 57 for local route
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: ChangeRouteWithForwarder: Deleting all routes to
0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0
[5280] 17:24:50: Route addition succeeded for
[5280] 17:24:50: 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 Proto: 3 Metric 20
[5280] 17:24:50: Via 10.0.1.1/0x2 Type 4 Context 0x0
[5280] 17:24:50: Releasing routes to 0/0
[5280] 17:24:50: Releasing route enum for 0/0
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
10.0.1.0/24
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
224.0.0.0/4
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
10.255.255.255/32
[5280] 17:24:50: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
255.255.255.255/32
[2224] 17:31:20: AddInterface: Adding administrator
[2224] 17:31:20: ICB number for administrator is 4
[2224] 17:31:20: ENTERED SetMcastLimitInfo for If ffffffff
[2224] 17:31:20: LEFT SetMcastLimitInfo
[2224] 17:31:20: ENTERED SetBoundaryInfo for If ffffffff
[2224] 17:31:20: LEFT SetBoundaryInfo
[1324] 17:31:20: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:20: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
24.140.102.183/32
[2224] 17:31:20: AddInterface: Added administrator: Type- 0, Index- -1,
ICB
0x1b832a0
[484] 17:31:20: HandleMcMiscMessages: Received Address change
notification
[484] 17:31:20: UpdateBindingInformation: Address
192.168.60.2/255.255.255.255 new for Internal
[484] 17:31:20: GenericInterfaceComingUp: Internal coming UP
[484] 17:31:20: CreateSockets: Joining ALL_ROUTERS on Internal
[484] 17:31:20: GenericInterfaceComingUp: Error 10049 joining all-routers
group on Internal
[484] 17:31:20: AddressChange: No address change for
{DDF4C604-4505-4363-821C-A73DB7870441}
[4236] 17:31:20: RestoreStaticRoutes: restoring for Internal
[4236] 17:31:20: RestoreStaticRoutes: Successfully set routes for
Internal
[2224] 17:31:21: InterfaceConnected: InterfaceConnected called for
administrator. State is 3
[1324] 17:31:21: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:21: Route addition failed with 57 for
[1324] 17:31:21: 192.168.60.0/255.255.255.240 Proto: 3 Metric 1
[1324] 17:31:21: Via 192.168.60.2/0x10003 Type 3 Context 0x0
[1324] 17:31:21: Route addition failed with 57 for local route
[1324] 17:31:21: Error adding route, Stack bit == 0
[1324] 17:31:21: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
192.168.60.2/32
[1324] 17:31:21: ProcessDefaultRouteChanges: Not default route
192.168.60.0/28
[1408] 17:34:04: ENTERED SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:34:04: LEFT SetScopeInfo
[2224] 17:34:43: DeleteInterface: Deleting administrator,
[1408] 17:35:22: ENTERED SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:35:22: LEFT SetScopeInfo
[1408] 17:35:56: AccessIpStats: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
[1408] 17:35:56: AccessIpStats: Signalling worker to enable forwarding
 

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