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W2K Server RAS; when site to site connected, IE traffic stops

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Windows 2000 server..Routing and Remote Access..

when Routing and Remote Access is running I can't access the internet..can't ping from command prompt..can't use IE Browser, etc.  When I stop the RAS service all is fine.

This is a multihomed server used for remote office to connect in as a router to router vpn setup.

Racked my brains for several hours now..3 days..help!
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A few assumption:
 - one nic is on the internet
 - one nic is internal network

Don't gateway the nic's via TCP/IP properties (that's my guess to your problem).
Don't add static routes on the command line.
Do all your routing and gateways through RRAS.
Only the Internet connected nic should have a gateway associated with it (via RRAS).
Disable all but TCP/IP on the Internet NIC.
Set the input and output filters for the Internet nic in RRAS, to only accept VPN (l2tp and/or pptp) packets from the other RRAS router.

Hopefully you figure the problem out, I'm curious to what the problem is.

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Thanks Slydog...to my surprise w2kserver did lock down the adapter by putting on input/output filters in RAS.

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