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Installed VPN on 2 windows 2000 machines, now internet access doesn't work anymore on both

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hi, i installed a vpn server on a windows 2000 machine, and a vpn-client on the other one (thru creating connections in windows), the connection worked but therefore now the internet connection on both machines doesn't work anymore, i already checked the network-settings, deleted the vpn connections, reinstalled the network cards, could it be the problem cause the two machines already were in one lan (in one domain)?

thanks for any help
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Have you check the VPN connections you made on their TCP IP properties if "Use default gateway on network" is enabled? you should disable it.

Hope that helps.
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how are you connecting to the internet ??? via dial-up / broadband / cable / lease line and router ???
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