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Routing And Remote Access Windows 2000 Server and One NIC.

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I only have one NIC on my server and I setup Routing and Remote Access. I choose VPN setup using the wizard. It would not let me choose my NIC card so I choose no connection. I then added the servers IP to the DHCP relay agent.

I had this problem once before but I do not remeber what setting needed to be changed. Any help would be appreciated.
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Perhaps using a loopback adapter?
See here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=236869
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Hmm - I'd like to say my post resolved this one - but would rather hear confirmation from the author...this is what loopback adapters are for...
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What I did was cancel the wizard and configure it manually. It recommends having two connections however it will still work with one.
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Shurafa,

What are you going to do with this question?

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I have since been able to solve the problem. What should I do?
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