RRAS setup


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I have a 2003 box with two adapters and need some help in configuring RRAS.
What I want is for one adapter to provide general network access, (file,
print, etc.), and the second to provide VPN access (and nothing else). I
thought I had configured it in this way - VPN set-up on one adapter and works
fine with the appropriate filters configured, and I can access files on a
share from my workstation - but when I try to access other network resources
from the server it tells me that 'no network is configured'.

I think that when I try to access network resources it is trying to use the
adapter I have configured for VPN access, and as the filters are setup on
this adapter it will not let trafic through.

How can I configure RRAS to enable this scenario?
 
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Robert L [MS-MVP]

I am not sure why you want to do that. If you don't want the VPN client access the whole network, you just disable the IP routing or assign static address pool. Also make sure you don't assign the same subnet to these two NICs on one server.

Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
I have a 2003 box with two adapters and need some help in configuring RRAS.
What I want is for one adapter to provide general network access, (file,
print, etc.), and the second to provide VPN access (and nothing else). I
thought I had configured it in this way - VPN set-up on one adapter and works
fine with the appropriate filters configured, and I can access files on a
share from my workstation - but when I try to access other network resources
from the server it tells me that 'no network is configured'.

I think that when I try to access network resources it is trying to use the
adapter I have configured for VPN access, and as the filters are setup on
this adapter it will not let trafic through.

How can I configure RRAS to enable this scenario?
 

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