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VPN routing (subnet mask) problem on client computer

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VPN routing (subnet mask) problem on client computer - 11.Jun.2008 5:03:30 PM   


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Hi All,

I've a little problem with ISA2004 VPN that makes estabilishing connection difficulty from the client computers.

ISA server is configured to assign IP addresses for clients by the DHCP server.
The address pool on DHCP is netmask
ISA server address on LAN: mask,
DHCP server address mask

On the client computers (Windows XP) a standard VPN connection was created in the Networks Connection folder. If on the VPN connection properties dialog "Networking/TCPIP/Advanced/Use default gateway on remote network" was checked all traffic including simple WEB traffic is forwarded to VPN connection but I don't want it so I uncheck this option. In this case the WEB traffic is working well (forwarded to the ISP) but the computer can access only - hosts on corporate network beause it got an IP from DHCP like mask (not not so the computers in range are unaccessible. Therefore I should allways execute a route command like this:
route add mask <actual IP address>
after this it can be access the whole network but it a little bit unconfortable.

Can somebody give me a hint?
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RE: VPN routing (subnet mask) problem on client computer - 14.Sep.2009 9:16:42 AM   


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the 192.168.x.y / route comes from the "classfull routes" option, you have to uncheck that in the vpn client connection.

also you need to configure a subnet range option in your dhcp server.

however, i run exactly that configuration, and the appropriate routes are only created each 4th time i dial in, but that could by some other problem.

for accessing other subnets via vpn you can use the microsoft classless routes option (code 249) in your dhcp server.

(in reply to fsd)
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