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Help with connection to VPN. - 15.Jul.2004 4:19:00 AM   
Yakuzama

 

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Being new to ISA and VPN I have followed a lot of the advice presented on this website but I have encountered a problem I cannot resolve.

I have a single ISA server also acting as our VPN Server running Windows Server 2003.

The ISA server has 10.170.xx.xx IP addressing while the internal network has 10.180.xx.xx IP addressing.

The ISA server goes through a Cisco router into the internal network and I can ping the internal network with no problems from the ISA server.

All clients can access the Internet without any problems from the Internal network.

The ISA server has a static pool of addresses assigned for remote access.

When I try to PPTP tunnel in I can connect to the ISA server from an internet connection but cannot ping the internal network from this remote connection.

Can some one assist me with instructions on how to route my VPN connection to access the internal network?

Thanks in advance!
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