pptp to multiple subnets without passing all traffic through the tunnel

Posted on 2005-04-22
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I am looking for a way to pass traffic from my pc through my pptp connection to a remote subnet at my office.  This works fine assuming you use the remote default gateway but this is not an option for me.  Any ideas?
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You can manually add routes from the DOS prompt
C:\>route add <subnet> mask <mask> <gateway>
Where <gateway> is your own tunnel IP

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nope, that will not work, you can create the route but the tunnel will not know what to do with the packets and drop them.  What will work though is this...

active directory users and computers, under the user go into dial-in tab then check the "apply static routes" tab then enter the appropriate route and there u have it...

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