RAS\VPN Default gateway

We have a windows 2003 box that is running VPN and RAS with DHCP.  

The clients VPNing in are getting a default gateway of thier own IP assigned and not the default gateway from the DHCP server.

Therefore the clients that are VPN'd in can no longer see the "outside network" because their Default gateway is now incorrect.

How do we specify the default gateway in RAS?  

Thanks,
~Lee
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
under the TCPIP properties - advanced of your dialup connection, there is a use default gateway on remote network option
PacificdisastercenterAuthor Commented:
I have a hundred clients, how do I do it on the server to allow the clients to proxy through the RAS server to the Internet???
PacificdisastercenterAuthor Commented:
How do I get the server to do the work??
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
there should be a DHCP scope setup for RRAS clients yes?
PacificdisastercenterAuthor Commented:
BTW - thanks so far.

from our set-up results, and the MS knowledge-base, we're seeing that the VPN/RAS server happily grabs addresses for our clients from DHCP, but doesn't pass the other scope options through! (arg) So we're trying to figure out how to tell VPN/RAS itself how to give our clients some of that same DHCP stuff.

best we can tell, the RAS server won't get out of the way of our DCHP data... so instead, we're hoping for a 'VPN/RAS Way' to do this from the server, if at all possible.  Specifically, we'd like to tell VPN/RAS to give an IP address and two static routes for our internal subnets, and NOT give our clients a default gateway at all. (BTW - it does help to have the client not use the VPN/RAS default GW, but we'd prefer to do this from the server.)

It is possible that the MS-KB article is for older W2K servers, but we can't find any RAS configuration dialogues that allow us the granularity we're hoping for. Maybe a registry edit, or alternate administrative tool?

tnx
PacificdisastercenterAuthor Commented:
We got it, we diabled the second network interface and it worked...   We are not crossing two subnets so it was thinking that there was another network.
Jay_Jay70Commented:
nice work....sorry for no reply...out of office all day

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