Static Route Question


T

The Ricster

At the risk of sounding like a true novice...

Is it necessary to set up static routes in order to have
my VPN Clients to see the LAN?

Clients connect through my router > W2kRAS > Lan.

Clients have no problem connecting (actually only 1
connection at a time!), but can not see the lan.

I have tried everything I can think of, with no success.

When my client connects, they are assigned the same IP as
the 'internal' interface, which I can ping from my lan
machines, but only by ip, not name. I am using the
routers DHCP instead of the RAS DHCP. Maybe the problem
is there?
 
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