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ISA 2004 ROUTING TABLE

Posted on 2004-08-31
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Can anyone assist me on exactly what this message means and how I might resolve it:
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ISA Server detected routes through adapter "Realtek 8139-series PCI NIC " that do not correlate with the network element to which this adapter belongs. The address ranges in conflict are: 10.0.0.0-10.255.255.255;169.254.0.0-169.254.255.255;172.16.0.0-172.31.255.255;192.168.0.0-192.168.0.255;192.168.1.255-192.168.255.255;. Fix the network element and/or the routing table to make these ranges consistent; they should be in both or in neither. If you recently created a remote site network, check if the event recurs. If it does not, you may safely ignore this message.
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I should mention I am running an ISA Server (2004) Windows 2000 at work and that I just configured (or tried to) my home (Windows XP) computer to connect to the server via VPN. It says at home that I am connected but thats as far as I can get. I can't ping or connect to anything on the server. But again, it tells me that I have established a connection. When I return to work I find theses errors in the ISA logs.
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I checked the sites (already been to isaserver.org) but I can't find anything that relates to my situation.
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You to your LAT configuration, there may be default settings. ISA has two sub-nets, one internal, one external (between ISA and router). The LAT (Local Address Table) contains all internal address ranges. It may be by default, that the default private address rages are in the LAT. If your use 192.168.x.x. internal and 10.x.x.x external (ISA -- Router), the 10.x.x.x subnet must not be in the LAT. Only the 192.168.x.x. sub-net must be there.
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